Setting up a four-panel card


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Setting up a four-panel card

So once we've created one version of the menu, it's very easy to create alternative versions using the same text content, and here is my first alternative version. This is essentially one piece of letter size, or A4 paper folded, so this is the front, and the back on Page 1, and then on Page 2, the inside. So we essentially get a four page booklet from a single fold.

I am going to create an A5 document, that being half the size of an A4. If you were doing this in the States, you would use Letter-Half, that being half the size of a letter. So A5, and we want 4 pages. I'm going to start on page 2. As you can see from my page thumbnails over here, I want the front cover and back cover side by side, so I'm going to start on an even numbered page, which will give me my first spread; left and right pages side by side.

Margins of 3 picas, or half an inch, or 12.7 millimeters; whatever measurement system you're in, that's fine. And Number of Columns; I'm actually going...

Setting up a four-panel card
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Setting up a four-panel card provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Restaurant Menu

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Design
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