Creating a template


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Creating a template

We've created three different versions of this menu. The first, and the one that we've spent the most time with, requires assembling from two different pieces, and it is this one: the folder, where we have the interior, and the exterior, and then inside this, folded over so that we don't see the blank columns, we have the insert. But we also created a two column version, and we created a single letter, or A4 page that is folded once in the middle to create a 4 panel, or 4 page version.

Which one you prefer is going to depend upon a number of factors. This first one -- the one that is the most complicated -- is going to require the most money to print, because the folder is probably going to require sending out to an offset printer. It would be possible -- if you do have a heavy-duty inkjet printer, and can print particularly thick paper -- to get away with printing them yourself, so long as you didn't need to make too many, and gluing them down yourself. But the other two ...

Creating a template
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Creating a template provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Restaurant Menu

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