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Old 08-20-2008, 10:05 AM   #6
BobRoosth
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If you want to see more, you could open a second window and use Window/Arrange/Tile Vertically
Thanks. I was not aware I could open a new window into the current document. I'd have to do that twice to get what I want, sort of.... The document I am working on is 164 page, so the problem with the multi-window approach is scrolling and keeping track of which pages are in each window.

FWIW, a screenshot from Ventura Publisher is attached. The document shown is not 160 pages, but you see that spreads are in sequence, l to r. Nothing to be done about it unless Adobe adds this in CS4. I am certainly not starting new jobs in Ventura, much as I like it.
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