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Found it. Delete page 1. Layout gets wonky but don't panic. Select new first page. Then Numbering & Section Options -- select Start Page Numbering at: 2 (not 1)
If large poster you can reduce your resolution up to 72 ppi since large poster usually we see from long distance. Its like we see a banner in website we not see the banner by zoom in. If we zoom in absolutely the quality will be not good.
The 1/2" = 1' is simply suggesting you to change the document dimension to that scale IF you want but to double the ppi if you can. A lot of software cannot handle huge dimension as you see and a lot of printer will offer you to work on a smaller template instead of the real live size. If the resolution (ppi) is doubled, it doesn't change the print quality. ...
Live Area: 5.25" H x 11.375" W -- No you haven't. Total dimensions of 10'5"x 22'8" Taking into consideration 1/2"=1', that translates to 5.25"x11.375", the "live area" indicated. You've got your document set up at 62.5"x136". I see what you did -- converted to inches (125x227") then divided by 2, but that's not correct. They cite 1/2" = 1 FOOT not ...
To add to Lakawak answer (who is right), yes back in the beginnings of newspapers, typesetting was the reason why newspapers were limited to only use multi-columns. It was a technological issue caused by the printing process. As Supercat also mentioned: Now, as for any other graphic design projects or layouts, the reason why newspapers or some ...
The use of multiple columns is used for many reasons. Not only is it easier to read, it allows printers to draw attention to more important articles by making columns larger. It provides structure to the page and separates the articles in a way that naturally catches the eye (think rule of thirds.) It also works better for type, and easier to fit in ...
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