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August 2, 2014

Setting up your brochure in Adobe InDesign

How to set up your brochure using Adobe InDesign for more information about folding dummies you can visit: http://youtu.be/siCiAk-6wLk.
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13 Responses

  1. Kimberly Larson

    Are you looking for a way to set up your tri-fold brochure in Adobe
    InDesign? This video may help.

  2. Kimberly Larson

    You are right most of what is on YouTube about InDesign is very basic.
    InDesign now allows a designers to create animated or motion designs that
    can be exported out as ePub for tablet devices. You can really jump into
    the depths of InDesign by looking at either Lynda.com, tv.adobe.com, or
    viewing videos by Terry White here on YouTube

  3. Joseph M Gomez

    Yes InDesign is better than Publisher. But Publisher is alot easier to use.

  4. Kimberly Larson

    @danielcjames – you are very welcome. I am glad I could help. Please let me
    know if I cam help in the future.

  5. brattgirl14

    So simple thank you awesome tutoria

  6. Freddy Faze

    Your tutorial helps me a lot.. U made it simple and understandable..

  7. Kimberly Larson

    Great question! Sometimes I will actually set it up that way myself
    depending on the design. One reason I would set it up this way is because
    when you set up columns, the columns are inside of your page margins, which
    may throw off the measurements. For example, if I want a 1/4″ margin around
    each panel, I could set the page margin to 1/4″ but then I would have to
    set the columns with a gutter to 1/2″ to allow the 1/4″ around each panel.
    This could get tricky depending on your measurements :)

  8. Kimberly Larson

    of course! I will work on it at some point this weekend and post it when I
    am complete. The design for a bleed would be adjusted depending on your
    output. For example, if your printer can print 8.5×11 full beed or if you
    have to print oversized paper and then cut down the printed piece to look
    like a full bleed.

  9. Kimberly Larson

    You’re welcome! Have a great day!

  10. Kimberly Larson

    I’m glad that you found it helpful. Thanks for the feed back.

  11. Melodie of Movement

    Very helpful, thanks

  12. Joshlyn Wallace

    So I’m in a GD class for my major, and our teacher doesn’t explain anything
    nearly this well, I’m working on a trifold brochure RIGHT NOW and this
    helped so much more than anything he showed us. I’m definitely subscribing.

  13. ninino86

    Have to ask. Why arenät you just using columns?

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Danielle E.
Hi, I'm Danielle Eubanks! I'm an entrepreneurial and for the past 10 years I’ve been studying the Digital Publishing Landscape and it seemed a natural progression into a “helping” profession.