I am working on a magazine design and my pages are set up as spreads that also has bleed. I have some questions about this and also some other questions regarding to preparing file for print.
Do I need to work in InDesign as single pages for all magazine instead of spreads or I can switch that at the end to adjust content bleed? Asking this because if I will export as single page PDF, the part of inside bleed will not appear in that PDF file, how can I fix this to export single pages correctly with bleed on all four sides? Magazine will also have full spread photos, does this matter in this situation?
If printer didn't give exact CMYK colour profile, but I know that it will be printed on uncoated matte paper, is that fine to choose one of the uncoated colour profiles and work with it? This seems fine until I started to think about maximum colour % for it, because it could be from 300 till 340.
When exporting all pages into single page PDF document, do I need in the "Colour conversion" field set to "No colour conversion" or "Covert to Destination (Preserve numbers)"?