Booklets may also be called magazines, programs, or catalogs.
More Information about Booklets
Booklets, having many purposes, can take any shape or size. Useful as program guides, directories, event schedules, informational handouts, sponsor listings, and anything else you can think up, booklets are an excellent and cost-effective way to organize large amounts of information. Our booklets are saddle-stiched (stapled).
Why must booklets have pages in multiples of four?
Booklets must have a page count in multiples of four due to how they are put together. Since the booklet's pages are actually folded in half (and then stapled to create the booklet), a large, single sheet of paper holds four pages worth of content. For example, an 8.5" x 11" booklet is actually printed on an 12" x 18" sheet of paper, which is then trimmed, collated, folded, and stapled in our bindery department to create the actual booklet.
It is not the end of the world if you are a few pages short! If you find yourself with an "odd" number of pages, some useful tricks include adding a "Notes" section at the end of your booklet, or simply throwing in some photograph pages here and there. Of course, you can also leave them blank (which is indeed why you probably have seen "This page intentionally left blank"). If you used a professional graphic designer, he or she should have accounted for this physical requirement. However, if you already have a pre-designed booklet that is a few pages short, we can always edit your artwork! See our creative services section for more information.
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