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InDesign started adding extra pages (in between pages) like this.

Explorer ,
May 02, 2023 May 02, 2023

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Hi all,

I don't know why InDesign started adding extra pages in between pages in this fashion, instead of normally occupying the place the next pages were ocuppying and moving them forward in line.

Help much appreciated. Thanks!

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Community Beginner , May 03, 2023 May 03, 2023

Hi Adriana

 

It could also be that "Add pages to" is "End of section" instead of "End of story" or "End of document"?

InDesign -> Preferences -> Type

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May 02, 2023 May 02, 2023

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I'm guessing that you want to have pages as 2-page spreads. The screen shot shows you are using the Page tool which is not usually used when you're trying to work with 2-page spreads.

 

When the Page tool is selected, and especially if you've turned off All Document Spreads to Shuffle in the Pages panel menu, it's easy to drag pages side-by-side and create multipage spreads like you've created.

 

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Hi Adriana

 

It could also be that "Add pages to" is "End of section" instead of "End of story" or "End of document"?

InDesign -> Preferences -> Type

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