How to Print a BookPrinting a book
5 things you need to print your book
You wrote your book. Here is what you need to print your book. Do you print book coverings are different than e-book coverings, so if you have an e-book covering, you are not yet done. It is not simple to create book jackets yourself, unless you are a qualified graphic artist, we strongly advise you to hire an expert.
Afteralll-it' the main item of your book market-it's Worth a Few Dollars To Do Right. The front envelope, back envelope, and back of your booklet are included. It' will be tailored to your bleed sizes and page numbers, so give these two numbers to your designers.
The specifications vary slightly from port to port, so please review what you need. Once this is done, your creator has the necessary softwares to zip the image to the desired format (in our case 1 GB) and store it in printer-specific "prepress" preferences. If you send a book to a print device, you hand in two files: the book title and the inside of the book.
A PDF inside the document is the layout of your work. Previously you would have had to employ a graphics artist to design your book with InDesign (cost: $200-$2,500). What size book do you want? Pricing for the print will depend on this and other considerations, so you will need to make a decision before ordering a book or sending the book for proof.
Would you like a glossy, matt or fabric upholstery? White or off-white colouring? Double or individual covers? Prior to printing your book, you will decide your page number, as both the price and the envelope sizes are determined by this ratio, in combination with your bleed and some of the above factors.