Can I export multiple spreads to pages in Indesign (like a powerpoint storyboard?)

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Jan 10, 2022 Jan 10, 2022

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I would like to export multiple spreads to a page from Indesign to show a storyboard of all the pages within the document (preferably as spreads). Is there an easy/quick way to do this? I'm trying to show the flow of the document without waisting a ton of paper and see more at once. 

 

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Jan 10, 2022 Jan 10, 2022

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In what format do you want to export the pages? PDF? JPG?

But I am not sure to understand: “without waisting a ton of paper”

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Print | Thumbnails ?

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If you just need this in a printed version, you can use the Thumbnails checkbox in the print dialog (with spreads checked). There is a certain amount of control over number of spreads per printed-out page

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