Master Page

So I didn’t look far to find a book with Master Pages, another text book on my desk. It is The Practice of Public Relations by Fraser P. Seitel. The first Master Page I found was the content pages, there are 12. The next Master page I found was the chapter title page there are 18. The chapter title page has the chapter and chapter number in red at the top, then the title of the chapter in blue text.  Below it there is  a large strip of blue about three inches wide that fades from left to right – light blue to darker blue. With a picture in the right corner and the chapter objectives listed in the large blue strip. All the chapter title pages have the same layout.


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  1. Textbooks are great examples of documents that use master pages since each chapter needs a uniform look.

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