Sometimes you find a setting that just seems so natural to use. Once I discovered the possibility of arranging pages horizontally in InDesign’s Pages panel, it quickly became my preferred page view option.
Here’s the typical vertical arrangement. You may find that after adding a handful of pages to the document, you will then while away hours scrolling up and down the Pages panel.
An alternative arrangement
To painlessly switch to an alternate view simply open the Pages panel menu (in the top-right corner of the panel) and choose Page View > Horizontal. Now you’ll be able to view more pages without needing to scroll.
Additional organisation options
And if you have a long document containing distinct sections, you may like to colour-code the pages – this can also be achieved in the Pages panel menu. First select the pages you wish to label, then from the Pages panel menu, choose Page Attributes > Colour Label and choose your preferred label colour.
Since version CS6, it has been possible to add Hunspell dictionaries to InDesign, thereby enabling spellchecks in an extended range of languages, including Irish. I’m choosing the Irish language here...