How to control multiple page sizes in InDesign

InDesign is typically useful for laying out large documents that contain more than one page. However, CS5 and beyond have opened the door to new possibilities, with features that make some tasks much more intuitive. In previous iterations, for example, there was always the need to start a new document when creating a different page size. In recent years, however, Adobe has made our lives a lot easier with the Page tool.

Using a fake magazine layout as an example, we'll look at how to manipulate page size, create gatefolds and add a spine to an editorial design. After mastering these simple steps, you'll be able to apply the Page tool in many different ways to any project.

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