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Hi there,

I have a 120 page document with an odd/even spread, so have used 2 master pages. I copied master A, edited the resulting master B, and applied one to even pages and one to odd pages.

But, when I look at the file, the odd and even pages are different sizes!

I have cut down the file and attached it here - can anyone tell me:

(1) what I have done wrong, and

(2) how can this be fixed without having to re-do all the text flows!

Many thanks

Garry

small file.afpub

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Maybe too early for me, but I cannot see any difference in spread size. O.o


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Thanks Joachim for responding,

Yes, and when I look at the dialogues (spread and page size) I can't see evidence that they are different, yet:

  • on screen, they look different (see attached screen shot)
  • When I upload the file to Blurb (it is going to be a photo book), either odd pages or either pages (I can't tell which) are scaled, causing the fonts to look different (even though they are the same)

size diff.JPG

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The page sizes are the same, but the background elements differ in size on the master pages. Turn on the Preview Mode from the top toolbar (looks like a windscreen wiper) and you'll see that the pages have the same size. Body text size is the same throughout the sample, but the title on page 4 is a little bit bigger. Maybe you changed the font size there manually? If you want, you can override the content of the Master Pages. Seems to be the case here.


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