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Greets -

Is it possible to accommodate a poster design within a book layout? For example, putting an A3 poster layout inside of an A5 book. In the image provided, I would need that center spread pivoted 90° without the gutter.

Urgent assistance greatly appreciated, praying hands emoji etc.

 

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No, that's more complex than I intend.

Imagine a basic magazine in which the center spread is actually made of paper twice the normal size that folds down to reveal a poster. 

 

I am not printing this. I just need to lay out a single spread for an a3 portrait poster, folded twice, in an a5 format magazine. 

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If I was setting up a magazine that was going to have a poster in the middle to remove I would keep the posters as a separate file unless you are wanting the content in the magazine to be on the back of poster, which just seems unnecessary. 

I would set my magazine like normal.

I would set my poster as a separate file as it would be printed separately because of the different page size and the way magazines are laid out for print. The poster printed separately would be folded and inserted into the centre of the magazine and saddle stitched with the rest of the magazine. 

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