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How do you connect to verticals so it looks like a two page spread.

How do you connect two verticals so it looks like a two page spread. Outside magazine does this on some of the pages. Attached is a snapshot of an example.

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Jake Murphy

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Hey Anders,

The above article works good to connect the two, but they only display together in the thumbnail navigation scrubber. Is there any way to display both pages on the screen when you turn to landscape? In other words, it's a 1 pager in portrait, but shows the whole spread when you turn to landscape? Thanks in advance!

Willem Sohnge 0 votes
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Hey Anders, this worked great! Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much for your help! :)

Willem Sohnge 0 votes
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Hi Anders. I've done what you explained and it worked ok. But I would like to know how can I see the draft of the issue working on my iPad. Is there any test tool so I could do that? Or it has to be done from the Mag+ Reviewer app? If so, could you tell me how can I do it?

Thanks in advance!

Gonzalo Cervelló.

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Hey Anders.

Just wondering if there are any other way to do this where I don't have to break up the article into several indesign files?

For instance, I have a 5 page (verticals) article that I would like to display horizontally instead of the usual way where you scroll down to read the rest of the article. Like a pdf magazine. Is that possible to do or is it only possible if I split the article into 5 different indesign files with one vertical each?

Thanks in advance, Frederik

Frederik Røssell 0 votes
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Hi Frederik,

At the moment the verticals have to be in different InDesign documents.

Regards,

Anders

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