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  • 1. Document Design 1.03 Demonstrate desktop publishing.
  • 2. An Example of a Master Page Master pages are good places to create headers and footers, insert page numbers, place a logo or graphic that appears on all pages. Master page icon In this example, a footer is being created that will display on every page.
  • 3. Purpose of a Master Page
    • Maintains layout consistency
    • Includes items common to every page
      • Most desktop publishing programs allow a left and a right master page for facing page layouts .
      • Some desktop publishing programs allow the definition of several master pages that can be applied to specific pages in the document.
  • 4. Prototype
    • A prototype, or mockup, is an example of how the final document should appear.
    • Created using software or paper and pencil.
    • Also called a “dummy” page.
  • 5. Format Considerations
    • Selection of the document sizes and layouts that will be used in a project
    • Layouts and documents may include one or more layouts for the following publications:
      • Poster
      • Letterhead
      • Flyer
      • Business card
      • Newsletter
      • Program
      • Invitation
      • Tri-fold or double-fold brochure

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