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So, let us go back up to the Pages palette for a second. Now, you can see, we are currently viewing page 5. We have two double-paged spreads here and one cover page, one single right-facing page.
Now, we are working inside the Facing Pages document. We know that because that is how it was set inside of our preset and also it is shown by this line that appears here inside the Pages palette. This is basically, the spine of the document. So every page is either left or right based around the spine. Currently, if we decided that we wanted to remove a certain page and what we actually do here is to remove page 1. The reason for that is every page we are going to work on is going to be a spread and based on the paper dummy that I showed you in the introduction to this lesson. We are going to have the cover as a separate document, meaning that page 1 here is actually useless. We want to keep the inside cover as to where page 2 is now and then the first page of document will be this one here, page 3, the first right-facing page.
Well, in InDesign, if we took one of these pages and deleted, it can actually upset the flow of all of these pages because they are sort of tied to the spine. The way to do that, and in this case only, it is not going to apply for every time you work in InDesign, because 9 times out of 10, you will be working on specific right-facing pages to start with and everything else follows on from there, but in instances like this, what you can do is come to the fly out menu here on the side of the palette, go down and turn off this option that says “Allow Pages to Shuffle”. That means if we disable, any changes made to one of these pages by removing it does not tell this left-hand page to all of a sudden assume the original right-hand page position. So, what we can do now is take the icon for page 1 here and simply drag it over here into the trash inside the Pages palette, you will see pages 1 and 2 are not set numerically, but page 1 is still a left-hand page. So we have not lost any of our overall lay out here. If we go to page 1 and look at it, we can still see the original three column layout, page 2 to the side of it still has the two column layouts. So, nothing has shifted overall, we simply given ourselves the ability to add and delete pages at will without upsetting the flow of any of the spreads we have done so far. So, very important little option to bear in mind just top the way up there inside the Pages palette. So do remember to turn that one off in this particular instance.