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  1. Thanks Bruce! Yes this is a one sheet print job. This is the way I was thinking of going about it, just 2x A1 (I think you went big with A0 ) files for recto and verso + bleeds, printed from a big roll and cut along the trim guides. Thanks for the template. Is there a way to work on the design on let's say page 3 (the A4 version), and then automatically get that design to show up on the big A1? How? I a bit of a noob when it comes to publisher though I purchased and followed a course, it felt too basic and didn't go into such details. All the very best! Max
  2. Thanks Andy, I will meet them tomorrow to clarify this. At least is they require an A1 or multiple A4. But with the bleeds and margins that would be aweful to align. I'm used to just export a CMYK file with printers marks (crop and registration marks and color bars). Cheers, Max
  3. Thanks for your reply. It will be printed by a professional printing service. I wonder if it makes my job more difficult with working out which margins goes where as I only see the preview/ result once printed no? And especially for the full size poster or overlapping images, how do I make sure they are printed absolutely perfectly?
  4. Hi, My name is Max, from France, and this is my first message here on the forum. Thank you for reading me Working in Affinity Publisher. I am in charge of the design, layout and export of the file for printing for a local newspaper. The newspaper will be printed on A1 paper (59.4 x 84.1 cm or 23.4 x 33.1 in) or similar + bleeds. And then folded in half to A2, the again in half to A3, and then again in half to finish in A4 (21 x 29.7 cm or 8.3 x 11.7 in). It will allow, on some special edition to have articles on one side and on the other side when fully open a full size poster.
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