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Pre-press departments customarily use single PDF pages and arrange spreads in imposition applications like Preps. InDesign isn't really intended to be an end-production tool. It's a front-construction tool. I'm afraid manually configuring the full spread is about all I could think to do with InDesign. It should be noted, if you are getting this ...
It is possible. However, this is a more complex issue than it may seem. When paper folds it creates bulk. The more bulk the more you have to compensate for it. The amount of compensation would be in direct proportion the weight of stock you print on. Some A5 panels would need to be smaller than A5 and some larger so that when things folded, the piece would ...
Per papersizes your A0 and A5 are not a perfect fit so you will need to trim a little below the A0 to make it work: You should take the guides and mark where you want your A5. I would consult with your printer and your client how you want the design to unfold because that would determine how the document is setup in InDesign. Ideally you could set up a ...
The fastest solution for this would be the SWF export option from InDesign. But maybe you don't want to use flash with modern web devices in mind. There are other solutions like issuu.com.
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