Creating a four-page spread with a left-hand page 1


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Creating a four-page spread with a left-hand page 1

In this movie, we're going to create an InDesign document with a left-hand facing page and also show you an example of why this might be useful. The first thing I'm going to do is go under and create a new document with four pages. I went ahead and I made sure Facing Pages is selected. For my Width and Height, I left them as my default for letter size, 8.5 x 11. And I'm going to go ahead and enter a Bleed amount of 1.25. Now, even if you don't have bleed in the document, I think this is a good habit to get into, since it'll put in your bleed guides for you.

Next, I'm going to hit OK. I'm going to go ahead and look at my Pages panel, and I notice I have four pages, but I don't have the front and back cover together. Now I'm going to go ahead and go to my flyout menu and deselect Allow Document Pages to Shuffle. This allowed me to move page four next to page one. Now, why would I want to do that? Well, I want to have my front back and cover next to each o...

Creating a four-page spread with a left-hand page 1
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Creating a four-page spread with a left-hand page 1 provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Wamser as part of the InDesign CS5: Print Production Guidelines

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Design
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