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Page pallette shows master pages but not document pages

Page pallette shows master pages but not document pages

Page pallette shows master pages but not document pages

(OP)
I have recently joined 3 documents into one using InDesign.  They are each only 2 pages long (back and front).  Each set of two pages requires new numbering.  Which I have managed to achieve using differing master pages. However, when I go to make a modification to the Master pages, I'm unable to get back to the document pages.  The document pages don't show up in the page palette.  

Did I screw things up by creating varying master pages?

How can I get back to the document pages without closing the document then reopening?

If anyone can help, I'd greatly appreciate it.

RE: Page pallette shows master pages but not document pages

(OP)
I discovered the answer myself.  Unbelievably easy...

In the page palette it gives "palette options", select this and make sure that the "show vertically" box is not checked.  This will make the pages run horitontally...

Very goofey of me indeed.

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