Master multi-doc projects with the Book function

There are many benefits to managing a multi-document publication as a book in InDesign.

For instance, the documents are easier to keep track of when booked, especially if the publication is being produced in a workgroup over a network. It's also easier to ensure formatting and page numbering consistency in a publication when its documents are booked. In addition, the only way to create a table of contents or an index across multiple documents is to book them. Using the Book function, I'll walk you through how to control a multi-document project in InDesign.

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