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Old 06-05-2007, 06:44 AM   #8
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I find this inflexibility surprising given all the amazing things that InDesign can do. Even M$ Word (...can I say that on here...?) can do this simple trick, and after all, aren't 2-page brochures rather common?
Sure, but even a two-page brochure is unlikely to have page 1 (the cover?) right next to page 2 (it is usually on the back).

Anyway, ID is not inflexible — you can change it. But it is the default because so many printed things have fronts and backs. A two-page spread is actually the back of one sheet and the front of another (or something like that, depending on the design).

   
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