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They've created a booklet interface control in the Print menu, so I'd say it's likely to be included at some stage, even if it doesn't work now. 

If you already use a third-party PDF booklet maker from ID, (which has had built-in booklets since CS3), then surely you wouldn't be wasting your time doing the same from AP (assuming there are other benefits over ID)? ;-)

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I have edited my post, as it was an error on my part - it works fine in AP. Thanks for the reply though. Incidentally, the reason I use Create Booklet (brilliant little app) was that ID just couldn't do it properly. Try creating an A5 booklet in ID that will be printed as a booklet onto A4 (true A5 and not half of A4 - there's a 0.5 mm difference) and try to get the margins exactly right and you will see what I mean.

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(@captain_slocum) If I understand you correctly, you say the create booklet export/print function "works fine in AP". I can't find it. Is it hidden in a menu somewhere? 

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Well, well. Problem is, when I try to use this method to produce a printable PDF, I have to turn my head anti-clockwise through 90º to proof read the document on screen!

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