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Chapter 4. WORKING WITH PAGES > Organizing Pages

Organizing Pages

You might want pages to touch so that you can spread artwork across the pages. Or you may want a page to come before another. You can move pages using the Page tool or the page thumbnails in the Document inspector.

To move pages with the Page tool:

1.
Choose the Page tool in the Toolbox.

2.
Click to select a page. The handles indicate the page is selected.

3.
If needed, hold the Shift key to select additional pages.

4.
Press and drag inside the handles to move the pages 12.

Figure 12. The Page tool lets you select pages directly on the pasteboard and move them into position. The page icon shows that you are moving the page.


5.
Release the mouse button when the pages are in position.

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Hold the Shift key to constrain the motion to 45-degree angles.


To move pages with the page thumbnails:

  • Drag the page thumbnail in the Document inspector 13.

    Figure 13. As you move the page thumbnails in the Document inspector you also change the arrangement of the pages icon the pasteboard.


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If thumbnail is too small, change the thumbnail magnification (see below).


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Hold the Spacebar to switch to a Hand tool that can scroll around the thumbnail area in the Document inspector.


To change the page icon magnification:

  • Click the Magnification icons in the Document inspector as follows 14:

    Figure 14. The three magnification icons change the size of the page display in the preview area of the Document inspector.


    • The Small icon shrinks the thumbnails to their smallest size.

    • The Medium icon expands the thumbnails to their second size.

    • The Large icon expands the thumbnails to their largest size.

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Double-click a thumbnail in the Docu ment inspector to go to that page and fit the page in the window in one step.


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