How do you export spreads with divider line? (CS6)

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Jan 06, 2021 Jan 06, 2021

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Hi,

I am exporting a PDF with the pages set to spreads. My coworker has been exporting a version of the file that shows a line between the pages directly from Indesign. Is there a setting where this occurs? I do not understand where the lines are coming from as there are no lines on a layer in the indesign file. 

 

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Jan 06, 2021 Jan 06, 2021

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Are you sure? It is impossible to get this directly from InDesign (at least, natively). Or this line is on a hidden layer. Maybe your coworker uses a third-party plugin or a script?

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Are you sure the coworker is exporting spreads and not pages with the intial view set to Two-Up Continious (Cover Page)?:

 

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In Acrobat the pages are viewed as spreads:

 

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Export using a two up layout generates readers spreads with a visible line between pages

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Just remembered CS6’s Export doesn’t let you set the intial view as spreads. You can do it from Acrobat.

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