I need to build a form with two pages, one with portrait orientation and the other one with landscape orientation.
So I created two Master Pagers, one for each, with correspondent orientations.
The first page is ok, following the portrait Master Page definitions. Now I want to apply the landscape Master Page definitions on the second page - I haven't found where to do it.
Please, where do I change this?
Thank you very much for any hints.
If you select the second page in the hierarchy and then go to the Object > Pagination palette. There you can specify to place the page on the landscape Master Page:
There is an example here: http://assure.ly/ewrLMo
Hope that helps,
Great! So obvious, how come I did not see that option!
It worked! Thank you!
I'm glad to have found this thread as I have some forms which need 3 Master pages and something is wrong but I can't figure it out.
So I was able to get the first two content pages on the first Master page (portrait) and it looks fine.
So far, so good.
Now for the problem:
The next "content" page is landscaped, but I cannot put content on it. In fact, if I click on that page, the Master Page is highlighted.
If I delete it, the 2nd Master Page is deleted as well.
The next page does use the appropriate landscaped Master Page and looks good.
The final page is the Rev history page, as expected.
NOTES: on the difficult page I have tried to use the information you have here but it doesn't work as it appears to be a Master Page.
How does a master page show up in the Design View and not allow content to be placed on it? How can I remove it?
Thanks an awful lot - hope your weather is better than ours!
It is definitely a pagination issue. I suspect that even though the form has three pages, the status bar at the bottom is showing four.
I can't do much at the moment, as I am working on a project, but will try and get a sample up later.
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