2011-02-16 04:48:53 ET

So, I think I officially hate my job.

Warehouse dude got fired so now I get to take on his tasks of redoing the company's catalog, redesigning the webpage, and more. I hate graphic design. Just because I can do it doesn't mean that I enjoy it in the slightest. Furthermore, I work fairly quickly so my bosses have an ugly habit of when things surpass their timeline expectations they then arrange for more retarded busy work, like moving pages around which I still haven't found an easy way to do with InDesign. I guess I'll be forced to spend some time looking in to how to do that as easily as possible.

I'm actually looking forward to my dental surgery tomorrow as that will at least be one day this week I don't have to come in and deal with this shit.

2011-02-16 04:51:01 ET

Research suggests there is no easy way to move say an interior left page to an interior right page. Fuck this.

2011-02-16 13:21:29 ET

what do you mean by "interior" page? InDesign *is* a layout program, so all of that is built to be as simple and efficient as possible.

In the pages panel, you can just click and drag the page icon to the left or right side of the pane, to the left or right of the icons. it will move that page to the right side instead of the left or vice versa.

Or are you trying to do something else entirely?

2011-02-18 10:07:30 ET

I fixed it, I just didn't want to. The way the previous person was doing this was all backwards and created a lot of unnecessary work. I didn't really explain very well, but its a non-issue. Thanks for trying JLY.

2011-02-18 13:41:27 ET

ahh. sweet. I have had my fair share of InDesign disasters, so I've learned pretty much every way to fix everything, haha.

2011-02-18 14:08:34 ET

What I was doing was lets say pg. 10 is a left page and my boss wants it moved to pg. 37 which is a right page.

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