A page is a unit that places and separates objects, and a project can consist of multiple pages. The page list lets you manage the entire page of a project. If you do not select an object in the canvas, the Property panel for the editable page appears on the right side of the authoring tool for each page.
All pages are automatically named at creation time, but you can specify the page name.
Project default resolution and page resolution can be operated differently. Pages are automatically created with the default resolution for project settings, but users can specify the size of each page. Use px as the unit.
You can set the size of each grid by page.
You can set the page background color. The background color of the page can be reflected in the margin of the viewer as well.
Page transition is a feature that applies animation and effects when moving from page to page in the viewer. A total of 8 page transition effects can be set in the page list. For example, if you want to move from page A to page B, the transition effect set on page A is applied, and if you change the order of page A, the transition effect is also changed.
Content created with XELF authoring tools can be replicated and reused on a project-by-project basis and can be used on a page-by-page basis. When you duplicate a page, objects and so on are replicated equally, but in some cases, the target or some of the options may be unassigned for a specified action.