I attempted to do a Google search of this, but found nothing relevant, so I'm bringing this here. I opened up a PDF in Preview earlier today. It's a two-page PDF, but not one with a "cover page," i.e., a single page that precedes a two-page spread. Preview appears to force this when viewing a PDF with multiple pages. As a result, the PDF I was looking at was essentially broken, as several pages with full-spread images were clipped in the center, as they were facing the wrong way. Does anyone know how to turn this off, at least for specific documents? I tried opening up in Acrobat and saving it to browse as "two-page, facing pages" by default, but Preview ignores this. It'll open it as a two-page document, but still use a cover page. (I could just use Acrobat but Preview is much more integrated gesture-wise and is just easier for browsing.) I'm running Lion, but I don't think this is a Lion-specific problem. Any help with this?