The Pages pane is used to add, delete, and organize pages in your project. There is no limit to the number of pages that can be added to an Axure RP project.
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ADDING AND DELETING PAGES
To add a page, click the "New Page" icon in the Pages pane's local toolbar. You can also right-click a page and use the "Add" submenu to choose "Page Before," "Page After," or "Child Page." Another way to add a page after the currently-selected page is with the keyboard shortcut [CTRL] / [CMD] + [ENTER].
To delete a page, right-click it and choose "Delete" or select it and use the [DEL] key.
To rename a page, either do a slow double-click on the page name in the Pages pane or right-click the page and choose "Rename." You can safely rename pages without breaking links to the pages. Existing links will dynamically update.
To reorder pages in the Pages pane, drag the page name up, down, in, or out; or use your keyboard's arrow keys while holding [CTRL] / [CMD].
CHOOSING A DIAGRAM TYPE
The icon to the left of the page name indicates the type of diagram the page contains ("Page" or "Flow"). To change the icon, right-click a page and use the "Diagram Type" submenu.
ADDING AND DELETING FOLDERS
You can organize the Pages pane with folders. Add a folder using the "New Folder" icon in the Pages pane's local toolbar. You can also right-click a page and use the "Add" menu to choose "Add Folder". Another way to add a folder after the currently-selected page is with the keyboard shortcut [CTRL] / [CMD] + [SHIFT] + [ENTER].
To delete a folder, right-click it and choose "Delete" or select it and use the [DEL] key.
To rename a folder, either do a slow double-click on the folder name in the Pages pane or right-click the folder and choose "Rename."
ORGANIZING PAGES INTO FOLDERS
Move pages into and out of folders either by dragging or by holding [CTRL] / [CMD] while using your arrow keys. Folders can also be moved within the Pages pane just like pages can.
OPENING A PAGE
Double-click on a page to open it on the canvas for editing.
MANAGING OPEN PAGES
Each page open on the canvas will have its own tab. Reorder a tab by dragging it; click the "x" on any tab to close it. You can also right-click a tab to choose from "Close Tab," "Close All Tabs", and "Close Other Tabs" (which leaves open only the tab you right-clicked).
Click the disclosure arrow at the far right end of the tab bar for a full list of all items open on the canvas.
[CTRL] + [TAB] will move you forward and [CTRL] + [SHIFT] + [TAB] will move you backward through your tab viewing history.