More on Booklets

Fitz has a post up about How to print a folded booklet from Adobe Acrobat. Good stuff.

I’ve only recently used Adobe’s booklet printing for the first time, but it seemed to work as advertised. Once upon a time I purchased a piece of software called Clickbook which has a large range of printing features, but most gamers will do just fine with Adobe or the free online

I particularly like Fitz’s use of the rounded corner cutter to round off his books. I will have to give that a try.

I have a bit of thing for digest-sized booklets, having put together my own comb-bound versions of Labyrinth Lord, Swords & Wizardry White Box, and Labyrinth Lord revised edition with good results.

See my post on booklets for some of my own observations about booklets and making them.

(Via the S&W boards)

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2 Responses to More on Booklets

  1. bat says:

    I have a question on this for those in the know: When making a booklet, do you add the covers later to make them stretch to fit? I always have problems with booklet creator making the covers too small. As a file they look fine, but printed the covers always have the white space at the top and bottom.

  2. Honey says:

    Yay! I really love your idea about “digest sized” booklets. I’m translating some sections of the Dragon Warriors corebook into italian to play it with my friends, and I will “copy” your concept.
    Your blog is very interesting, you’re doing a great job!


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