When I'm exporting files to PDF, InDesign seems to be splicing the middle of the spread. It takes about 3mm from either side of the internal side of the pages and switches them over.
I've tried playing with export settings and it hasn't fixed the issue. It is also occuring over several documents.
Any ideas/troubleshooting would be much appreciated!
Thanks for getting back to me. I've made up a (very rough) mock-up document that I've attached here, as well as a PDF of how it appears when I export it.
To create the spreads, I create a new document, enter in the 3mm bleed, use facing pages. I've attached a screenshot of my set-up too. I haven't (purposely) changed any other settings beyond the default.
Many thanks for your help.
The Pdf you attached is single pages not spreads, is that what you're exporting single pages?
When exporting facing pages to single pages in a pdf it's inherent to have the bleed from the opposing page. If your intention is to prevent that just zero out the Inside bleed.