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You have two problems with this. One is getting the header and footer copy into the text you are importing. You can do this if you save the .doc as plain text (.txt), although it will strip out the formatting and you'll lose any images. The other is that InDesign doesn't know where to put the header and footer. You have to create text boxes for header text ...


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I'm not really sure what you're asking, because your question doesn't make much sense to me. I believe that you are asking how to split one image across two pages? If so, ensure that when you make your new document you select "Facing Pages" Then, when you insert your image, simply make it cover the two facing pages. Below is a screen shot from ...


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Here's a rule you should never break: Professional print projects should not be viewed in, or printed to, non-Adobe PDF engines. The problem you're running into is a common one, caused by the fact that your PDF "printer" engine (FoxIt, in this case) doesn't implement the full PDF specification. Instead, it contains a subset that covers the most common ...



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