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This is a strange one and happens quite consistently. It seems to have something to do with the template I'm using, but I can't figure out what.

All the canvases in my document are set to the exact same size. When I open up the document, they all become two pages tall. Then as I click through each thumbnail they reset themselves back to one page tall. So if I just open up a document and print, the total number of pages in the footer is twice the actual number. I have to remember to go and click through each thumbnail before printing or I end up with an incorrect number of total pages. It does not print a blank page for each real page, though, so I don't quite know what's happening.

I'm attaching a screenshot of the thumbnail panel, where I've clicked on some thumbnails so they're the correct size, for example the top 4; and the some are two pages tall (for example #5 and 6)

Anyone else experience this?

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