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  1. Perhaps it's just me being an idiot, but I'm having a hard time converting a Single-master to a Facing master page. Mostly when it comes to setting margins, but the whole master behaves oddly when it was initially created as Single and later converted to Facing. If I initially create the master as Facing I see no issues. But if I create it as Single I find I'm better off deleting it and starting all over if Facing was what I needed. Anyone else seeing this? If I recall correctly, I've noticed this in earlier versions, as well. To recreate: Create a new master as Single. Go back and edit and change to Facing. Try to set margins, page size, etc.
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