iWork Pages - Show two pages side by side?

OCOTILLO

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Original poster
Mar 25, 2005
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Houston, TX
I know that you can show facing pages using View>inspector>documents. But, this does not place the pages side by side, Is there any way that say page 1 and page 2 can be shown and worked on side by side so you do not have to scroll up and down to view them?
 

Geek 2.0

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Mar 28, 2007
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well, this reply is, oh, say, 3 years late... but anyway

I found this post while looking for the solution to this question, then found the answer.

You need to go to the bottom left corner and click the magnification % and check "One Up"

hehe i don't think i should be reviving this topic, but oh well...
 

jca488

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Jan 13, 2008
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east coast
well, this reply is, oh, say, 3 years late... but anyway

I found this post while looking for the solution to this question, then found the answer.

You need to go to the bottom left corner and click the magnification % and check "One Up"

hehe i don't think i should be reviving this topic, but oh well...
yay
thanks
i did this by accident. It worked well on my external screen but to do it on my 13 inch mac ... pain!
thanks again!
:apple:yum
 

davidjoho

macrumors newbie
Jul 25, 2008
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Inconsistent menus

Very helpful, especially since the zoom menu in the bottom right is different from the View > Zoom menu. I didn't occcur to me that the 2-up choice might be on the bottom menu but not the top one.

So, thanks!
 

Riverside

macrumors member
hehe i don't think i should be reviving this topic, but oh well...
Thank you for going against what you thought!

I'm a song writer, and need to keep up to five other audio applications running while reading my lyrics. One up on wide screens doesn't show enough of the song. I really need badly to be able to see the whole song so I don't have to scroll. This keeps my hands free to play and manipulate external audio interfaces.

By all means, if anyone else finds this, bump it up with a hearty "Thank you very much!" I'm sure there are a lot of others out there who don't realize this feature is in the program.

:D:apple::D:apple::):):)
 

f00f

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Feb 18, 2009
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New Yawk
Thanks very much once again! This thread, more than 5 years old now, was the first link google offered when I asked it iwork pages side by side. So sweet!

FWIW, I wound up in the "two up" view when I inadvertently checked, and then unchecked, the "Facing Pages" option in the Document Inspector. Went a little batty for about 10 mins trying to find the option to undo the two-up view before coming across this thread.

Kudos!
 

karmaconnection

macrumors newbie
Dec 20, 2010
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Thank you, thank you!

Thank you, thank you. It saved me a lot of time so I'm glad you stopped by to answer. In fact u made me so happy that i registered in this forum just to thank u.

Best,


well, this reply is, oh, say, 3 years late... but anyway

I found this post while looking for the solution to this question, then found the answer.

You need to go to the bottom left corner and click the magnification % and check "One Up"

hehe i don't think i should be reviving this topic, but oh well...
 

DNAS

macrumors newbie
Aug 15, 2012
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Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Looks like you reviving the topic after 3 years has made many people happy, including me (7 years after the original question and 4 years after your answer)!

:D