lately I had a problem that I neved faced before now, I'll try to explain quickly: usually I setup documents in InDesign CS6 with side-by-side pages and work with pictures that run over two (side-by-side) pages, then I export to PDF.
The problem is that a printing service asked me to export to PDF only in single pages with page bleed on each size and each page, but of course in the "middle side" of the two pages, there is no bleed (on the left page there is no bleed on the right side, and on the right page there is no bleed on the left side).
Is there a way to achieve that result, or I have to work since the beginning with single pages? For example, if I want one big image on two side-by-side page, should I import two times the same image and position it cutting it properly (half image each page)? Isn't it very uncomfortable?
I tried many things but couldn't find any solution.
Thanks a lot for your answer that are great, but I'm adding some details to explain myself better (sorry but english is not my mother language and also my InDesign is in Italian).
The method explained works fantastic with the images if you add them into the pages, but if you have something in the "master" pages, they will overlap on the pages, I did an example to explain better.
This one is with a banner on the master page right and left, with different colors.
You can see that a yellow part of the title background overlap the right page, and vice-versa. How do you manage this problem?