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Normally you would simply use one frame and size and position it across both pages.
You can also size and position the frame as above, then copy and paste in place. Crop one frame to the edge of the left page, the other to the edge of the right so they are touching at the spine.
I tried just grabbing the frame handles, pulling them across to the other page and relinking the image, but it didn’t work. Only the first page captured the image.
Should I just create a new frame? Do I need to uncheck facing pages?
Grabbing a frame handle will change the shape of the frame, which is what you want to do, but it won't change the scale or position of the image inside the frame, so you need to do that, too if it isn't right.
Thanks again, Peter.
I just placed the image, small adjustments to fit it across both facing pages, and sent it backward until it was behind all the other frames as it was the background image.
I hope that works out okay in printing.
Since I haven't seen the file nor do I know how it's being printed, I won't offer a guarantee, but it should be be fine under normal conditions.