So a client of mine wanted to take her magazine layout, prepare it as a single-edition app and submit to Apple for her. Great! Done that before so it's easy enough. Except... It was designed for print (even though it never was printed). Several images/text overlap two pages. Is there a way to get InDesign to put the images/text on both pages when I change the Document Setup from Print to Digital Publishing? Right now, the image and/or text sticks to the page it was originally designed on, leaving behind a LOT of empty space. With over 200 pages, I would hate to go through and double everything up, risking too large of a file size for submission... Any suggestions?
Selec the image, copy, paste in place. Now crop the top one to the gutter in one direction and the lower one to the gutter in the other direction. Two images, perfectly aligned, on separate pages.
yeah... That is what I'm trying to avoid. With 200 plus pages, I won't be able to meet my deadline. Hoping for a different approach
I wouldn't wast a lot of time on deadline waiting for it....