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It will be nice to see in the Master Pages and Pages windows that a spread is made of two pages.

For exemple Master A and Master B are visually identical, but one is a spead and the other is a page.

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Are you sure that one of them is a single page?

On my system (Windows) Master Pages that are single pages show that visually by their size, just as regular pages do:

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-- Walt

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Following my first post (one year old now), I still don't understand why spreads are not visually made up of two pages...

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