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Hi, Im Mike Rankin, Editor-in-Chief of InDesignSecrets and in this video Ill show you how to move pages from one InDesign document to another. Here in my first document I have three pages with an orange border around them, starting with page 1. And this will be my receiving documentwhere I want to move the pages to. In my other document I have five pages and they use Roman numerals and they also have a blue border around them. So lets say I needed to move the first three pages of this document to the start of the other one. To do that I can go to the Layout menu and choose Pages Move Pages. And in this dialog box I can tell InDesign which pages to move, which document to move them to, and where in that document they should go. So I can type in pages 1 through 3 in Roman numerals, I want them at the start of the document, and I want them to go to Document 1. And I also have the option to delete the pages after moving them. If I leave this unchecked, then the pages will be copied