Build a simple three-panel brochure: method two Print Production


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Building a simple three-panel brochure: method two

Starting with CS5, InDesign allows us to have different page sizes within a single document, and that can come in really handy when you're building three-panel brochures. I'm going to go to File > New Document, not Facing Pages, and I need six panels, three on the outside, three on the inside. So I'm going to start with six pages and I'm going to make each one the width of a full-sized panel. So 4 inches wide by 9 inches tall; not going to worry about columns. I'm going to set my margins to correspond to my live area.

I want everything to stay a quarter of an inch away from the folds and from the trims. So there's my quarter of an inch all the way around, and if I'm going to have artwork that goes to the edge, of course, it has to go beyond the edge and bleed. So I'll want to allow for bleed. When I click OK, now I have six little pages, but I need to sort of stitch them together. So I take page 2 and I try to stick it to page 1, and it won't go, and ...

Building a simple three-panel brochure: method two
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Building a simple three-panel brochure: method two provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Claudia McCue as part of the Print Production Fundamentals

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