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I’m new to InDesign so I’m a little bit lost right now. Here’s the example of what I’m talking about:.
Here’s the middle part of two pages anschitt InDesign, well everything looks fine as you can see. I’m talking about the white with split of gray background.
It looks as one, with smooth “transition” between both pages. Same thing happens with custom background already made in Photoshop or just one big picture imported into InDesign, that takes up both pages. The middle part just doubles somehow, ruining the whole design in PDF preview.
I tried to reproduce what is happening anscynitt I could not. You have not said what version of InDesign you’re using or what OS but I don’t see this as normal behavior in any version. I think that just to eliminate any possible corruption of InDesign as the problem you should reset your InDesign preferences. Starting from a clean version of the program might eliminate a lot of guesswork.
Within the Library folder find the folder called Preferences and within it find the following two files and delete them: When InDesign is next launched it will create new preference files and the program will be restored to its defaults. After you’ve done this try exporting the original document to PDF to see if the problem is gone but if it isn’t OK then try creating a new document and, if possible, recreate from scratch a spread and see if that one works.
That way if your original files somehow became corrupted we would at least know that the problem is solved.
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They will cut it off while doing imposition, anyway. And your bleed setting is perhaps done on ALL sides of all pages—inside, outside, top and bottom. In the spine InDesign will catch the bleed from the opposite page so you see a “doubling” of elements….
From my German InDesign ancshnitt facing pages spread and my document setup where bleed is defined with all sides:. If you export that to PDF with bleed showing you will get this below. The “net” contents of the page is in the area of the “green box”. Either you export without bleed —all values set to zero—or you set inside bleed to zero.
However, if the printers require you to set bleed on all sides, you should be ok with your settings. And “doubling” the contents—it’s not doubling, just stealing contents from the opposite page— should be anschnirt problem at all. Wow so it was that easy Thank you everyone for the help, it now shows perfectly when previewing in PDF.
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This content has been marked as final. Set the inside bleed to zero. For that matter, you’re going to send them pages, not spreads, right?
Then you’re good to go both ways – with inner bleed or without it. Just ignore, it’s ok. Hi Paul, I think, that Bob is on the right track. You exported with “bleed” when exporting to PDF. In my German inDesign that is “Anschnitt”. Done as facing pages: Hm… What is binding of your printed product?
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