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Help.. combining .indd files into a multi-page spread?

Help.. combining .indd files into a multi-page spread?

Help.. combining .indd files into a multi-page spread?

I have about 14 pages and each page is its own .indd file.  Is there a way to have them all in the same document, where I can view them in spread format, next to each other like they will be when printed?  Right now on the pages palette I only have the individual page and can't figure out how to import the other .indd documents and add them to the spread!  I know how to create a NEW page, but I want to add pages I already have made!  Any help is appreciated.  Thanks.

RE: Help.. combining .indd files into a multi-page spread?

Insert the amount of pages you need.

On the Pages Panel (Window>Pages)

There is an arrow icon just on the top of the panel (beneath the close button)

In this sub menu you will see the option for MOVE PAGES

To do this you have to have the Source file open and the Target File open.

You simply choose what pages you want to move to what document.


RE: Help.. combining .indd files into a multi-page spread?


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