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Old 09-25-2006, 12:28 PM   #5
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I rarely have cause to change from/to facing pages.
Same here, which is why I was taken by surprise on a Sunday morning!

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InDesign CS2 is certainly a big step up from CS, if only for speed. But the way Acrobat is out of step with the other apps makes the decision a bit more complicated.
Indeed. I suppose, seeing as CS2 still has the bug, I should just wait until CS3 comes out.

   
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