Thanks for your answer. So do I need to have a bleed on the top and
bottom margins in the Master Pages or will Quark *see* that, too?
Thanks again- I've learned so much on this list!
>1. I have always used Quark in 2 page spreads. If you have material
>crosses the gutter, Quark will automatically use material from the
>page for bleed when doing negtitives. The only place this might not
>is on the first and last page of a file, which are normally a single
>There you may have to manually adjust the bleed objects from the master
>If you are suppose to be doing "Just" a spread, The standard cheat has
>always been to insert a blank page as page 1 and then work on page 2
>or place 2 pages together on the right hand side of the page layout
>and forget the master pages altogether. Alternately design two single
>master pages with bleeds and apply each to a seperate pages, but I
>know how the bleeds will behave over esch other.
>2. Sounds like your Copy of Quark got confused in RAM or your file got
>corrupted. If it worked after you restarted Quark, that is the answer.
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