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InDesign Template of the Month: Booklet

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This month it’s a template for a booklet.

The template is in letter format (8.5″ × 11″), and it comes with 24 pages, controlled by 6 master page designs, with additional page elements you can use to create custom designs for both print and digital projects.

The fonts used are all available to sync from Typekit, or you can redefine the text styles to use your own fonts. And everything is formatted with all the necessary text and object styles.

Page elements are also annotated with instructions on a separate Notes layer.


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Mike Rankin

Mike Rankin

Editor in Chief of, InDesign Magazine, and Author of courses on InDesign and Illustrator. Husband. Dad. Dog walker.
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One Comment on “InDesign Template of the Month: Booklet

  1. Hallo!
    What to do if I have a picture on two facing pages (to a fairy tale).
    I red somewhere, to place the whole picture on both sides and drag the frame of each picture to the center of the page. Then for the synchronicity of correct printing the two parts of the picture I have to move the right page picture (not its frame) 7mm to the right and the left page picture 7mm to the left. Then everything will work perfectly!
    Is that reasonable?
    If not, what to do?

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