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Yes, check Import options in the place dialog, open and choose your page(s) ;-)
Thanks, I never gave much attention to those check boxes.
But only when placing. If you'd like to call up the same dialog with a drag&drop operation, vote for this feature request: Show Import Options when Dragging File from Finder – Adobe InDesign Feedback
By the way: it used to be possible to drag a page out of Acrobat right into InDesign. I don't recall when it stopped working, though. It may have been after a Windows update.
Remember that the Show Import Options is sticky - and it might start to annoy you if you don't need it every time.
You can shift-click the place button instead and it will open the import options for you.
You can also drag and drop into the Place dialog box and access the Import Options in either way as above.