|Feb 15, 2007, 03:43 PM||#1|
Setting up for print in InDesign
A colleague is using InDesign for the first time and has asked my advice on how to get ready for print in InDesign. I'm not too sure exactly how he's set himself up, and I may not be able to describe this too well becasue I'm not too familiar with the software myself, but basically he's done the pages in order from 1-64 (all in one file, I think) and numbered them as such and now wants to know how he can set it up for print, ie pages 2 and 63 together, 3 and 62 etc..
Will he have to set up a new layout and paste the existing pages into the appropriate slots?
Am I making sense?
Can anybody help?
I can get more info if it is needed to help anyone with answering the question.
|Feb 15, 2007, 03:46 PM||#2|
File --> InBooklet SE
edit: unless he is sending it to be offset in which case the printer will usually (check with the printer) set up the imposition for you, you do not need to do anything other than have a clean file.
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