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I need to make a booklet. so when i print the document it be read like in abook

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    Dot Ball May 11, 2010

    Pacita, let us know how you went. If you still need help Arceye is on the right track.

    PageMaker has no imposition plugin/features and it has to be done manually.

    Let us know if you still need help and we can talk you through it - it sounds way more complex than it is.

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Hi, I dont actually use PageMaker, so you might need to check your help file for more info.
Basically you need to look for an option that lets you 'impose' your document (there may be a tool box or print option for imposition).

If you cant find it just do the imposition yourself.
For a simple 8 page A5 booklet you would want two A5 pages side-by-side on an A4 sheet of paper.
Back cover would be on the left (pg8) - Front on the right (pg1).
Inside front cover on the left (pg2) - inside back on the right (pg7).
Then the centre pages - right (pg3) - left (pg6)
Inner double pages - left (pg4) - right (pg5)

Hope that helps!
arceye10

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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