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  1. Bleed Inner 0 Outer 0.125 Top 0.125 Bottom 0.125 When exporting to PDF, the inner edges look all screwed up. It's taking graphics from right side inner and putting it in left side inner and graphics from left side into right side. Just place an image on right page to the inner edge and export to PDF, then look at the left page and right page.
  2. Document Setup with facing pages, Arrangement horizontal, start on right At PDF Export "All Pages" I get an unexpected result: for the facing page and the last page are added inner bleeds, in the amount as outer bleed is set. Result: the width of facing page and the last page is too much (facing page at the left, last page at the right) , see attached files Hausaufgabenheft 01.afpub Hausaufgabenheft 01.pdf
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