Open your panel layer for editing by double-clicking the panel layer in the Layers palette. (Press F4 if the Layers palette isn't open.)
The panel layer opens. The view actually doesn't look any different than if you were looking at the main page; the only difference is that the panel is now localized to the area of the page you sectioned off with the Panel Maker tool. The rest of the page is grayed out and inaccessible until you close the panel you're currently working on. (See Figure 7-4.) Other than that, the panel layer works just like the main page; image layers, rulers, guides and practically everything else can be used exactly the same way.
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