In page layout and printing, any two facing pages of a book, magazine, newspaper, or other publication. When designing pages, it is important to ensure that both pages of a spread are taken into account when laying out pages and evaluating things such as typographic color. A spread in which one portion of the image is printed on the verso and the other portion of the image is printed on the recto is called a double-page spread.

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