The Master Pages feature in QuarkXPress 10 lets you create a “template” for a page, then use that template throughout a layout. You can have multiple master pages per layout — for example, one for the cover, one for the TOC, and one for body pages. If you update a master page, all of the pages that use it get updated automatically. Combine shared content and you can even create hierarchical master pages.
Using Master Pages you can define elements that appear on every page of your layout. When you change your Master Pages, the updates are reflected throughout your layout.