Booklet Template MacTemplate Booklet Mac
This is how to create a PDF booklet.
Dave has just migrated to a Mac and says that you can use a booklet template in Microsoft Publishing to make a booklet. The publishing house did this automatic. There is no such built-in feature to do this with Pages in OS and there is a great little application called'create booklet' that will do it for you when you go to it.
With booklet I mean A4 pages that are half fold to create an A4 booklet that is stapled in the centre. You' ll need to have a small application called'Create Booklet' downloaded that adds an additional feature to your printwindow to enable this. An additional entry will be installed in your printers to allow you to create brochures.
A booklet is created from your documents as well. You can either "save" it as a PDF in a new browser or you can have it printed as a brochure on your own computer. Then mark the field'double-sided' and choose'Short border binding' and not'Long border binding'.
Shortwinded means that you want to unfold the booklet along the smaller side of the A4 page. When you choose'long border binding', the reverse side is turned on. If you design a booklet, it will be smaller than normal. When you create a booklet, the A4 page you see on your monitor prints on 1/2 A4 page so that you make the entire text slightly larger than before.
Remark: There was an app called'Cocoa Booklet' that did this earlier, but it doesn't work in Snow Leopard, this is the new way to do it. Notice: If you want to release a work and need a more advanced attachment tool, try this one ( it's not free). A few folks have said that'create booklet' doesn't work with El Capitan.
You can get the commercial copy of'TheKeptPromise' at the Apple App Shop and from here, which is named "create booklet 1.2". Can I confirm that'create booklet 1.1', the free edition of Christoph Vogelbusch, works with El Capitan.