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Helping you figure out exactly how to calculate new position size as well as how much you should be allocating to your each position based on your overall portfolio balance. Considering rolling a position from one month to the next? You know you can set the default view in Acrobat so your readers see an individual page layout as spreads when they open it, right? Peter "When they open it right I learned never to make it difficult for an costumer.
But i am curious to hear from you how to do this right Set the view to two-up facing pages and set whatever magnification you want them to have when the file opens, then save. Users can change this on their end after they open the file, but it will open however you set it. You didn't mention you originally that you want them to print the spreads on their end. That's a problem, since Acrobat doesn't have that option. For the time being, if you need them to have printable spreads you need to get things into a single document.
One way to do this is to export the book to PDF, then open a new ID document and use the script to place the PDF into multiple pages, then export that as spreads. It's not terribly convenient, but it's not too onerous, either, with a script.
Peter thanks for your info Will look for that script or do you know a script that can do this. Hopefully in the nearby future the complete book as a spread Export Book option will be a new feature in InDesign.
In the general tab undernieth "All Pages" and "Range", there is a tick box for "spreads". It should keep the same spread format that you created in In Design. But still thanx for your info ; dtpartner. Export or print the book to PDF, then print spreads form Acrobat. I do believe there must be a more efficient way to do it, but since nobody could tell me how I have to do it the inefficient way!
This is how i did it: Multiple pages per sheet - Pages per scheet: