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Affinity Publisher for Mac...booklets


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You start with 16 pages 4.25 x 8.5 then depending on how you will publish it i.e. online, desktop printer or commercial printing (which needs CMYK colour mode) these are usually uploaded ass single sheets.

If using online magazine you can use the same process and the software will create it this is one I do each month for the charity I am involved with https://heyzine.com/flip-book/c52dc9735c.html 

If you are printing you can use the booklet setting in the print function image.png.e1e7362481b73e27c7c1d72d58e8f711.png

 

Alan Pickup

Windows 10 Home all Afinity suite of Apps PC and Gigabyte Laptop 16gb Ram and Nvidia GTX1660 Super on each.

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In APub's "New…" dialog you custom set your desired page size (not spread) + activate facing pages.
Just in case: with your given dimensions you will have to cut 1.5 inches after folding.

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macOS 10.14.6, MacBookPro Retina 15" + Eizo 27"

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