Single Page view - File in spread

Explorer ,
Jun 07, 2017

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Hi all,

is it possible in inCopy to view a file in single pages instead of in spread?

Even if the inDesign file is made in spread?

thanks

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Fourteen Contributor , Jun 07, 2017
There is also an option called "Fit Page in Window" under the "View" menu (as opposed to "Fit Spread in Window"). That will center the page they are working on and fit it to the window size. However the facing page will still be present.

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Contributor ,
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I'm pretty sure that isn't possible unfortunately. InCopy's layout view is dependent upon the INDD structure.

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I'm affraid so.

The people working in inCopy have a small screen at 72 ppi.

i'm on a 27 inch 5k retina (144 ppi). So i dont have that much issues to read everything in spread.

but i'm guessing the incopy users aren't the only ones with this issue?

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Most Valuable Participant ,
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There’s a zoom tool and a story and galley view.

Additionally, large monitors are cheap and will undoubtedly increase productivity. Buy a few for these folks.

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There is also an option called "Fit Page in Window" under the "View" menu (as opposed to "Fit Spread in Window"). That will center the page they are working on and fit it to the window size. However the facing page will still be present.

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Hi,

Exactly what Kelly said, using shortcut cmd+0 to zoom the current page to fit the screen appropriately

-Aman

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