How to Print to Booklet in InDesign // BOOK DESIGN

Learn how to use InDesign’s print to booklet feature to create print ready booklets. This method allows you to design your booklet from page one to the last page without any complicated numbering to work out, saving you lots of time in your designs! MORE GOODIES BELOW!

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15 thoughts on “How to Print to Booklet in InDesign // BOOK DESIGN

  1. I really appreciate your youtube tutorial on creating a booklet in InDesign. If I wanted to make the pages staggered, would the process be similar to how its presented in the tutorial? I use a Mac and am not sure if I can use the booklet feature in InDesign if its staggered. Thanks.

  2. Hi, When I print to postscript it doesn't save the spreads as two pages (saves each page individually). This doesn't happen when I go directly to test print on my home printer. Trying to save the file to send to the printers. Driving me nuts, please help.

  3. When I click''Print Blank Page'', The Blank Page which in my preview is still here. I don't know why 🙁

  4. I wonder whether you can do a tutorial on creating a cd booklet cover? I am a complete novice in Adobe

  5. Gracias, amorosa. Muy bello. Pienso publicar mis historias en este formato. Muy contento. Thank you, sweetheart. Very beautiful. I plan to publish my stories in this format. Very happy.

  6. you did a nice tutorial. it helped me so much.. I now feel like a Pro. I need your contact for very important questions.. I need you to put me through indesign issues.. facebook or Whatsapp Thanks

  7. The best piece of advice for me was "even number of pages in an odd number of spreads". I learned that when going to college for graphic design, but not put exactly like that. Simple and concise. I love it. Thank you. That fixed the issue I was having.

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