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After a few days of using Publisher beta I'm finding some things a little frustrating. One main thing is that I'm unable to view a single page without the previous and next pages showing above and below it - see attached file. Is there any way to do this?

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12 minutes ago, A_B_C said:

Currently, the only way to achieve this is to export to PDF (or any other format) and use an external media viewer. :)

Thanks for your reply, but I was referring to when I'm working on the document.

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4 hours ago, Martigny said:

One main thing is that I'm unable to view a single page without the previous and next pages showing above and below it - see attached file. Is there any way to do this?

You can do it by adjusting the height of your window, and your zoom level, so only one page at a time fits in the workspace. But other than that, no.

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22 minutes ago, walt.farrell said:

You can do it by adjusting the height of your window, and your zoom level, so only one page at a time fits in the workspace. But other than that, no.

Thanks Walt. unfortunately that won't work for me at all. My documents are usually 17.25in x 8.75in and I'd lose most of the page. Perhaps this is something Affinity could add to Publisher. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would like to see one spread at a time.

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On 1/11/2020 at 2:00 PM, Martigny said:

Thanks Walt. unfortunately that won't work for me at all. My documents are usually 17.25in x 8.75in and I'd lose most of the page. Perhaps this is something Affinity could add to Publisher. I'm sure I'm not the only one who would like to see one spread at a time.

+1 for that

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