InDesign CS5: Understanding Facing vs. Non-Facing Pages


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Understanding facing pages vs. non-facing pages

In this movie, we're going to look at when you would use facing pages versus non-facing pages. In this first example, I have a catalog that is saddle-stitched. I'm going to go ahead and look at my Pages panel, and I notice that I have a left and right master page. So let me go ahead and double-click on that. And I can see my left and right master page. And the reason I would want to use facing pages in a catalog is I can put items on the right-hand side that appear on the right-hand side of my catalog and I can put items on the left-hand side of my master page that would appear throughout the left-hand side of catalog.

So for example, I want all the page numbers to go to the outside. So on the right-hand master page, they're aligned to the right. On the left-hand master page, they're aligned to the left. When I scroll through my document, I can see elements that were on my master page now appear throughout my catalog. So I have the heading at the top that only appears on the...

Understanding facing pages vs. non-facing pages
Video duration: 2m 8s 1h 34m Intermediate

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Understanding facing pages vs. non-facing pages 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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InDesign
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