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You will have to check against the AS help, but in JS it simply is
>yourDocument.pages.add (at: LocationOptions=UNKNOWN][, reference: any]);
with LocationOptions: BEFORE, AFTER, AT_END, AT_BEGINNING or UNKNOWN (don't know what that last one would do!). The reference is needed if you use "before" or "after" (and its value would be one of the existing pages), but at_beginning sounds just about right for you.
(Post-Edit: Don't know why I thought you only wanted new pages at the start. But the rest of that sentence still applies.)
"make page at before page x" or "make page at after page x"<br /><br />-- <br />Shane Stanley <email@example.com>
I thought it was something like that. I think I was using "make page before page x" but did not includ the "AT".