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Page up and down with no dedicated keys?

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I used to be able to page up and down whole pages in InDesign by pressing ALT and Page Up or Down. Now, with no Page Up and Down keys, I'm forced to move in small steps with Function + Arrow keys. Any way to get that full page functionality back?

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Page up and down with no dedicated keys?

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I used to be able to page up and down whole pages in InDesign by pressing ALT and Page Up or Down. Now, with no Page Up and Down keys, I'm forced to move in small steps with Function + Arrow keys. Any way to get that full page functionality back?

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Try the Function key + Alt + Arrow Up (or Down)

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TaW. I never made the connection.
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Well, looks like the OP wasn't actually talking about a Mac anyway!

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On a keyboard without a numeric keypad (like a laptop)? No, that I know of. I will typically plug in my full keyboard into a USB port on my laptop when I'm using my laptop with InDesign for that specific reason.

Now, you can use on-screen options:

  • Choose View > Fit Spread in Window (or double click the Hand tool), then use the left and right triangle buttons to navigate spread by spread
    InDesign CCss_010.png
  • Double click the hypen between page numbers in the Pages panel

InDesign CCss_011.png

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Hi Yoyo,

on my MacBook Pro with OSX 10.10.5:

Fit page to layout window:

cmd + 0

Advance page by page
fn + shift + arrow down / arrow up

Fit spread to layout window:

alt + cmd + 0

Advance spread by spread
fn + alt + arrow down / arrow up

Regards,
Uwe

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You can assign your own shortcuts in Edit > Menu Shortcuts … if any function is not available automatically.

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Thanks, FN+Alt+Arrow moves up or down by single page, and Shift+FN+Arrow moves 2 pages at a time, like Alt+Page Up or Down used to do with a full keyboard. Why didn't I try that before I asked a dumb question? Oh, well.

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This was with Windows 10 on a Logitech K810 keyboard, BTW.

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Sorry, I didn't realize you were on Windows. I saw the "Fn" key which is on a Mac laptop and assumed your were on a Mac.

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