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InDesign CS3 Print Booklet

InDesign CS3 Print Booklet

InDesign CS3 Print Booklet

I have an 87 page document (11x8.5) to print that was created in landscape format - I need to print as a center staple & fold booklet (11x17) but I can't figure out the settings to get the spreads on top of each other, if that makes sense.  The Print Booklet function is wanting to place them side by side (8.5x22).  Is there a way to make the booklet I want in Print Booklet?  If not, is there a way to easily change the orientation of the document from landscape to portrait without going in to each page and rotating the page elements manually?  I get this kind of thing frequently, and was hoping for a quick easy fix instead of the time consuming work-arounds I've been doing.


RE: InDesign CS3 Print Booklet

...not with the booklet plugin you won't...

...the best available option to my knowledge is the DTP Tools plugin Page Control but your still in a problem if master page elements are used:


...otherwise your only alternative is using high end imposition software for acrobat or other more dedicated software:


...probably the easiest manual method is to export the pages to PDF and manually importing to another document set up half imposed...


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