When resizing a document, by default InDesign uses a center reference point. In CS5 and later I know I can use page.transform to move the page's position to where I want it (the art does not move, the page underneath the art). Is there anyway to do the equivalent in CS3 and/or CS4?
To say it in other words, after resizing the document's width, the art is not in the right place on the smaller page width. Is there an easy way to position/move the page under the art, or must I move all the art over on the page? If I must move all the art, is there an easy way to do that considering there may be many layers, locked objects/layers?
I hope that makes sense. Thanks in advance,
You'll need to loop through all pageItems and move them individually (checking if they're locked as you go...)
That's what I was afraid of. Thanks for confirming. Looks like I'll be writing some loops