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Deleting spreads from Document

Deleting spreads from Document

Deleting spreads from Document

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I'm still getting to grips with InDesign so apologies if the answer to this is obvious but basically I am trying to delete a two-page spread from my 38 page document.  I don't want the information on the page.  I thought it would be a simple case of selecting the spread and placing it in the rubbish bin.  However, instead of doing this it is shuffling the pages I don't want onto the next page and deleting the spreads at the back.  All very odd.

Any help on this would be greatly appreciated as it's doing my head in, and I have a deadline tomorrow.  

Thanking you in advance.

RE: Deleting spreads from Document

Kirstey,
The pages palette has a fly-out menu that enables you to lock individual spreads, or turn off shuffling altogether. You should be able to delete your pages without any reshuffling.

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