So I'm trying to correct a student's mistake without causing major headaches. Her book is laid out in pages 1 - 10. But the problem is that each page on InDesign is supposed to be *2* pages in print. So (for example) Page 1 in InDesign contains print pages 1 and 2; Page 2 in InDesign contains print pages 2 and 3; etc.
Can any of you clever people think of a quick way to solve this? I think of a *very* tedious and hacky way to get the print to come out correctly, but I'm hoping that I'm missing something.
Make a new facing pages file with the correct page size, then place the pages from the original doc across the spreads. You'll need to either turn off shuffling or set the start page number to something even to get all two-page spreads.