Duplicating pages in InDesign - but not at the end of a document
When duplicating pages in Indesign they always appear at the end of the document. We should be able to select where in the document we want the pages to be added, as we do when inserting new pages.
So, 'Duplicate Pages''; "Insert Before/After page XX" etc
It does work, you have to hover,
option/alt drag the page, then hover to the left side of a page and a line will appear,
Why I this happening I've been using indesign since day one since cc 2018 its been removed thought it was a bug but now in cc 2019 why?
@Jason — That doesn't work for me in ID 14.0.1. It sticks the new page at the end of doc every time
option/alt drag the page in the pages panel. Simple.
Yes 9 times out of 10 I want to duplicate a page to [the next page] rather than [to the end of document]. I'm constantly having to duplicate a page, scroll all the way down to the bottom, then drag/move the new page all the way back up to where I wanted it.
In previous iterations of InDesign, you could do this by holding down alt on the pages panel and dragging the duplicated page(s) to a new location in the document. Unfortunately, this feature seems to be broken since updating to InDesign 14.0...