My problem is that I have Smart Text Reflow unchecked in Preferences AND Facing Pages unchecked in Document Setup and STILL I get facing pages when I click Pages>Insert Pages...
The light just went on. When using Insert Pages, I need to specify At End of Document instead of After Page. I didn't realize that After Page also means "in the same spread." I thought unchecking Facing Pages in Document Setup took care of it without also having to select At End of Document. That raises another issue if I want to insert a new spread between two pre-existing spreads.
I don't use Smart Text Reflow, so I don't know for sure, but I would NOT expect to get a two page spread EVER in a non-facing document UNLESS page shuffling is turned off for either the spread or the document as a whole.
Sounds like the masters may be two pages.
Good thought. That would happen if the file was changed from facing to non-facing. I've never seen it result in a two-page spread whn adding a page normally -- all pages in the doc would normally just use the right half of a two page master, but STR behaves in mysterious ways.
Are you getting the second page attached to the one which is continuing, or in front of the following page?
When page shuffling is allowed, page order is rearranged when you move a page or add or delete a page in the middle someplace, and the number of pages in a spread is preserved.
There are occasions, though, when you might want to change that behavior. One example is when adding a third fold-out page on a spread. Another might be if you are making a multi-panel folded brochure and you want to make each panel a separate page rather than using one very wide page (this would be useful if there were going to be both printed and online versions). By disallowing shuffling you can stick more pages together in a spread, up to 10 per spread.
Hello, i am having trouble with the face page as well. I am trying to view my slideshow but every time i do, it tells me to go to document set up uncheck the box, but the box is not checked...can you please help. I have been trying to figure this out for a long time and i need to finish my clients magazine asap...
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