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128 Turning off allow pages to shuffle in order to separate facing pages

128 Turning off allow pages to shuffle in order to separate facing pages: InDesign Secrets
128 Turning off allow pages to shuffle in order to separate facing pages: InDesign Secrets

As most designers know, there are times when color has to bleed off the pages. This could be for stylistic reasons, or because the printer said it needed to be done that way. But what happens when color needs to be bled off into the spine? Where on earth are you going to get the space? This online video shows you how turning off allow pages to shuffle in order to separate facing pages in InDesign will help you bleed color into the spine.

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