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No, usually not. This is a legacy of hardbound binding; these extra pages were glued to the cover and the inner pages, and do not count as "inner" pages. For a paperback, you don't need to explicitly add them. The page with the half-title is sort of a connector between the cover itself and the inner pages. Its use is (historically) to protect the real title ...


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I think you're right. Classically, inner margins are smaller than outer margins. However, you do need to ensure the inner margins are large enough to keep content out of the gutter. The reason outer margins are larger is due to creep. (which you can calculate). Creep is the slow outward movement of content due to the gutter and binding. Content will move ...


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I had the same problem using CC, and I knew that no document had been modified outside the indb file. My book has individual indd files for each chapter, and my solution for this error was to update the contents page in the first file (layout/update table of contents) As each chapter was updated the error sign disappeared.


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Hi Vincent and welcome! I think Tschichold's Canon works esthetically but yes, depending on your binding, you will have to add to the inner margin. It obviously depends on the kind of binding and also the amount of pages in your book. There are other canons like Van de Graaf and Rosarivo and Bringhurst also has a nice section about page proportions in his ...


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For Photoshop, A4 or A5 in a landscape format, at minimum 300dpi/ppi (because you're printing it): Under Preferences > Guides, grids and slices make gridlines at every 50 PERCENT. typically with subdivisions every 1 unit. Now when you go View > Show > Grid you will get a clear subdivision of your page. If you need it to be 3 fold, simply show ...



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