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A4 6 page flyer spread - Adobe Indesign Macintosh

Mac G5 Indesign CS2 6 pages flyer. Both side have 3 pages each however the third page at the right hand end width is a bit shorter so that it can fold inside between the other two pages. The problem with InDesign is that all three pages will be of equal length rather than 2 pages the same width and one shorter. Or should I create one spread for 3 pages with my own bleeds/crops/registrations? Please advise me....

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    Default A4 6 page flyer spread

    Mac G5
    Indesign CS2

    6 pages flyer. Both side have 3 pages each however the third page at the right hand end width is a bit shorter so that it can fold inside between the other two pages. The problem with InDesign is that all three pages will be of equal length rather than 2 pages the same width and one shorter. Or should I create one spread for 3 pages with my own bleeds/crops/registrations? Please advise me.
    Simon_P_Cooper@adobeforums.com Guest

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    Default Re: A4 6 page flyer spread

    Personally, I prefer to create something like that as a two sided piece
    and pull out some guides to get everything lined up properly.

    Bob
    Bob Levine Guest

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