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<h2>Working with Master Pages</h2>
 
<p>Master Pages are the means to add content to pages which have repeating content like page numbers, chapter names, section heads and the like. Users of other page layout applications might be familiar with this concept of a6 static page backgrounds. Fundamental to understanding how they work is that these pages are not editable from the normal page canvas. All items except page numbers are static background items.</p>
<p>Master Pages are the means to add content to pages which have repeating content like page numbers, chapter names, section heads and the like. Users of other page layout applications might be familiar with this concept of static page backgrounds. Fundamental to understanding how they work is that these pages are not editable from the normal page canvas. All items except page numbers are static background items.</p>
 
<p>Thoughtful creation of master pages can vastly simplify and speed up the creation of complex documents &ndash; the more complex, the more essential they are. There are several reasons to use Master Pages, among them the ability to automatically add <a href="pagenumber.html">page numbers</a> or avoiding the hassle of inserting objects that are repeatedly used in the same place over and over again.</p>