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To set up page spreads, you create left and right master
pages. Look in Format > Page Layout > Pagination for a
dialog where you initialize a document to have spreads.
Then you will find default left and right master pages when
you use View > Master Pages. They sort of get applied
automatically according to the page numbers in the
document... You can set up whether the document starts on
an even or odd page. You will need to design the master
pages appropriately... add gutters, reverse footers, etc.
If that's not the issue... If you need to print on two
sides at home, in the Print dialog, first print even pages,
then print odd pages on the other side of the stack.
If that's not the issue... Maker does not include an
imposition command for setting up booklets. I think there
are third-party thingies that will munge your PDF to create