You can change the text frames on the Master pages till they're the way you 
want them to be, then force the body pages to use them. To do this, in Body 
page view, select Format menu > Page layout > Master Page Usage). But 
definitely save first!

Cheers, Rebecca

>>> Merry Foxworth <merryfoxworth at> 12/07/06 09:23 >>>
When I switch to Master Pages, the dotted boxes look
different from those in Body Pages, so there is no
point in even trying to change them.  I have no idea
how one works with them.  As someone pointed out, 5.5
is a pretty old version and doesn't have the same
level of support.

> First, back your file up before you play with text
> frames on Master
> pages. You can get unexpected results. 
I guess so!!!
> Another issue I have is the text boxes outlined by
> dotted lines.  How does one change them?  I would
> have
> thought it was possible when you switch the View to
> Master Pages but I don't see how.

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