FrameMaker Document Pages: Body, Master, Reference
What FrameMaker document page types: body, master and references pages?
FrameMaker documents contain three types of pages that help you set up your page layout:
1. Body pages - Contain the document content merged with the background, header and footer information from the corresponding.
You will work on body pages most of the time to edit document contents.
2. Master pages - Contain page layout, background, header, and footer information to be used on title page, even pages, odd pages, or all pages.
You will work on master pages to change page layout, background, header and footer information.
3. Reference pages - Contain frequently used graphics, formatting information, hypertext commands, mappings for HTML conversion, and boilerplate matter.
You don't need to work on reference pages, if you are not those advanced formatting features.
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