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Adobe InDesign CS5 : Deleting Pages, Moving Pages

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Deleting Pages

When you no longer need a page, you can delete it from your document using the Pages panel. You can use the Delete Page or Delete Spread button on the panel or the same command on the Options menu. When you select a single page, InDesign uses the Delete Page button or command. When you select a spread of pages, InDesign uses the Delete Spread button command.

Delete Pages

Select the Pages panel.

  • You can also click the Window menu, and then click Pages.

Select the pages that you want to delete.

  • You can use the Shift key to select contiguous pages or the Ctrl (Win)  to select noncontiguous pages.

Click the Delete Page or Delete Spread button on the panel.

  • You can also click the Options menu, and then click Delete Pages or Delete Spread.

Important

When you have a spread of pages selected, the button and command changes to Delete Spreads.

Click OK to confirm the deletion.

Timesaver

Hold down the Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) key, when you select the Delete Pages button or command to bypass the confirmation dialog box.


Moving Pages

Moving and arranging pages is a common part of working with multiple page documents. You can simply drag pages in the Pages panel or use the Move Page command on the Options menu. When you drag pages, the cursor indicates new page location. With the Move Page command, you can move pages within the current document or to another open document. When you move the pages, objects in the slug and bleed areas are also moved. Page numbers in the slug area display a number rather than the pasteboard index entry.

Move Pages by Dragging

Select the Pages panel.

Click the Options menu, and then select a move related option:

  • Allow Document Pages to Shuffle. Enables or disables the shuffling of document pages.

  • Allow Selected Spread to Shuffle. Enables or disables the shuffling of selected spread pages.

Drag a page next to or between spread pages.

A straight black line indicates the move location with a shuffle. A bracket black line indicates the move location with attachment.

Move Pages

Select the Pages panel.

Click the Options menu, and then click Move Pages.

Specify the pages that you want to move. Use a hyphen to designate a range, such as 1-4.

Click the Destination list arrow, select an option, and then enter a page number, if necessary.

Click the Move To list arrow, and then select a document location.

If you are moving the page(s) to a separate open file, select the Delete Pages After Moving check box if you want to delete the pages from the current document.

Click OK.

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