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Old 15th June 2005, 1:58 PM   #1
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Question Making more than a 10 page spread in InDesign to create a booklet?

I am creating this booklet for someone, and they want 16 pages next to each other, to create a booklet that opens, I am not sure how I should make this at the moment I have just created 10 page spreads, But im not sure how exactly how to add the next 6 pages without creating another spread.



That is what I am talking about, if anyone has any ideas, or can you make indesign make documents that sit side to side insted of up and down?

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erm.. use your page layout toolbar to add or remove pages
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Old 15th June 2005, 2:42 PM   #3
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erm.. use your page layout toolbar to add or remove pages
I did that to create the 10 page spread, insted of the standard 2 page spread, but once you reach 10 pages it stops letting you drag pages over onto the spread.
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