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There is no standard size. You're free to create a magazine at whatever size you want. Customarily a more vertical rectangle is used, but there are several magazines who utilize a more square shape.
In illustrator you cannot have different styles (strokes or dashes) on the boxes your referring to without a hack job. In your case, it might be easiest to Press C and then click the two points that create the line you want to dash. This will remove the line via scissor tool from the box and create it's own object. It might disappear behind your object so ...
This sounds like an enormous undertaking, and this might not be entirely the answer you are looking for; but i hope it will help. As @Lauren Ipsum points out, there are apps out there that will do the grunt-work for you. Here are two of them, the principle for both is automation of blog to print. You can get it "professionally" printed and bound, or just ...
Unless we have a special coated acrylic surface (as is the case in some printable CDs) there is no way we can make the ink of an inkjet printer stick on that surface. To still be able to get our digital image on to an acrylic (resp. ceramic, textile, wooden) surface we need to print on a transfer medium. There are the following techniques available for a ...
No desktop/office printer can print directly on plastic/glas/metal. Apart from the form factor, their inks just wouldn't stick. They are all made for paper and specially coated substrates like photo paper, sheets of film, discs. You will have to look into industrial flatbed printers that use solvent-based inks, UV-cured inks, or other methods of printing. ...
If you are using InDesign 9 or 10 when you go to the print button under file - Click print - a screen will come up and at the bottom is a button for printer, click that - on the next screen you will see a box with the option to do two sided printing.
Some additional factors: Creasing: You can use a bone folder or a burnisher or anything that will break the fibers of the paper without tearing it : tapestry needle, an old ink pen (double, triple check it's out of ink and keep it for later use), a fork, any blunted pointy end... A common mistake to avoid is that people usually crease inside the fold and ...
Gradients of 100-0% will not work well. There will be a point (3-8% where the dot pattern will drop off sharply, leaving a visible line. Best to use a gradient that does not zero out,
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