I have a project set up with margin, bleed, and slug areas.
In Clip Studio Paint Ex (the multipage version), I can set all my pages to single-page layout, but they still appear in the page list panel in groups of 2. (1, 2-3, 4-5, etc.) If I select an even-odd page pair I can then combine them into a spread, which joins them at the inner crop marks. I believe that causes them to be printed with the inner bleed stretching to the next week.
How do I do the same thing in InDesign? Most of my pages are single-page layouts, drawn to bleed margins on both sides. However, some of them are spreads, where they need to be joined at the inner crop marks.
Is this possible? Or is "facing pages" a strictly binary option? I tried unchecked facing pages but then I cannot drag individual pages into spreads in the pages menu. If I check facing pages, I only get spreads, and one page always overlays the other on the bleed margins. How do I do it like CSP Ex? If I can't do this, the only alternative I see is to give up on InDesign and use CSP for layout.