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Export Facing pages separately to PDFs

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Hi,

When I export an A4 facing pages document as a PDF, the two page spread is treated as a landscape A3 page in two halves. This makes printing more complicated. Surely the two page spread should be treated as two separate pages when you export.

BillyB 

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I agree that "All Pages" should be the default with the other less-likely-to-be-used(?) options there to be discovered by the user.
Also, as mentioned in another post https://forum.affinity.serif.com/index.php?/topic/68222-should-i-expect-spreads-to-be-exported-as-joined-pages-in-pdfs/ , I think it should be renamed to something like "All as Individual Pages" just to make it more clear.

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5 minutes ago, Wosven said:

Pages and Spreads are sufficient enough and usually use this way in other apps (a spread = a double page).

I agree...but would also like the All Pages to be the default.

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Sure, I use spreads only for small documents, when printing spreads use less paper :)

And I teach people the differents mode for viewing a PDF document in Adobe reader if they want to look at double pages when we send them page to page document.

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