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Hi, I am trying to print a booklet in CS5.5 and the resulting postscript creates single page files not recognizing spreads. The spreads selection box is greyed out in the print settings so I cannot select it. I have spent hours trying to correct this to no avail. Can anyone offer any advice? Thanks.
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I'm going to hazard a guess that you meant InDesign CS5.5. There are a whole range of products that use the CS5.5 label, you know.

I haven't used CS5.5, but in earlier versions you had to set for spreads in the document setup (nothing to do with printing). Have you done that?
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It should work, but have you selected a page size that can fit the spreads on, so for an A4 booklet select an A3 or A3 plus page

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