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The alignment of pages when they are added is initially set by the reference point (proxy point) at the left end of the Control panel.
But if you non-facing pages chosen, and you have the Page tool selected, you can move the pages around. If you have facing pages selected, the pages will always touch each other.
thanks for your quick reply! I'm still not sure if I got you right. It doesn't work for me - even if I'm setting up a new document and setting the reference point to bottom left.
And unfortunately I'm not sure what is meant by non-facing / facing pages. My InDesign version (as well as me ) were german. The pages should stick together as one print sheet in the end (as seen in my screenshots) ...
Let's say we set up a new document.
1. Set up document with smallest page size
2. Seting up a new, user-defined size (the bigger page format)
3. Making a new page in page toolbox; having the reference point at the bottom left (this page is then in old/small format)
4. Mark the new page in page toolbox and adopt the new/bigger format
5. The pages stick together - but verticall
What is wrong?
When you create a new page, you choose checking Facing Pages (two pages side by side) or not. With non-facing pages, you can use the Page tool to drag pages around the pasteboard.
Oh yes! I already set it up with non-facing pages. But it still doesn't work to get them alingned on the bottom. Maybe it's simply not possible .... ?