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New Street, Higham, Alfreton, Derbyshire DE55 6BP. A book file is a collection of documents that can share styles, swatches, master pages, and other items. You can sequentially number pages in booked documents, print selected documents in a book, or export them to PDF. One document can belong to multiple book files. One of the documents added to a book file is the style source. By default, the style source is the first document in the book, but you can select a new style source at any time. When you synchronize documents in a book, the specified styles and swatches from the style source replace those in other booked documents.
Michael Murphy provides a video tutorial about creating books at Book Basics. Type a name for the book, specify a location, and then click Save. The book file is saved with the file name extension . Add documents to the book file. When you create a book file, it opens in the Book panel. The Book panel is the working area of a book file, where you add, remove, or rearrange documents. Choose Add Document in the Book panel menu, or click the plus button at the bottom of the Book panel.
You can also drag a document from one book to another. If necessary, change the order of the documents in the panel by dragging them up or down to the appropriate locations in the list. To designate a document as the style source, click the box next to the document’s name in the panel. To open a document in a book file, double-click the document name in the Book panel. Each open book file appears on its own tab in the Book panel. If multiple books are open at the same time, click a tab to bring that book to the front and access its panel menu. To view the pathname of any document in a book, hold the mouse pointer over the document name until a tooltip appears.
Or, choose Document Information from the Book panel menu. Book files are separate from document files. To save a book under a new name, choose Save Book As in the Book panel menu, specify a location and filename, and click Save. To save an existing book under the same name, choose Save Book in the Book panel menu, or click the Save button at the bottom of the Book panel.