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This is a booklet/brochure template that was built in InDesign CS5. It is available for download below! You may freely use this template for you own projects, play with it and make it your own. This template can be used for a variety of purposes, I chose the flower theme simply as example. Scroll down to see a complete example.
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- 8 pages
- Auto page numbering via the masterpages.
- 11 preset paragraph styles for ease of use.
- Font Used: Georgia (Standard with most systems)
- Included also is a .idml file for those using CS4.
A4 Page Dimenions
- 11.6″ x 8.25″
- 29.7cm x 21cm
- 0.30″ bleed
*Please Note: The images used in this preview are NOT included in the download.
However you may find all of these images for your own use at http://www.sxc.hu/. If you make your own account it will grant you access to a license to use these images freely in your own projects.
- In digital format on websites, multimedia presentations, broadcast film and video, cell phones.
- In printed promotional materials, magazines, newspapers, books, brochures, flyers, DVD covers, etc.
- Along with your corporate identity on business cards, letterhead, etc.
- To decorate your home, your office or any public place. [More License Agreement…]
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gracias muy buenos graficos
Gorgeous, I love the simplicity(although I’m sure it wasnt that simple to build) and elegance of the template.
Muchisimas gracias!! 😀 😀 😀 😀 😀
Thank you – this is the best way to learn by seeing good design & being able to work with it!
You are most welcome! I hope you can make something wonderful with it!!
How did you transfer the photos onto the template? I transfered it to my design and it became blur. What can I do to make it sharp and original? Reply will be v much appreciated. Thanks so much!
Is it becoming a blur while you are working in InDesign, or a blur when you are exporting to say a PDF?
If it is happening while you are working in InDesign, can you check that your display performance is set to high quality. You can find this in the menu under >VIEW>DISPLAY PERFORMACE>HIGH QUALITY
Typically InDesign starts itself in typical quality. This is just to save your computers memory and make it perform a little better, when you export the document InDesign will produce them at their highest original quality, this feature is just a performance option, but can sometimes make you wonder if you image is going to look as good as it should.
Additionally, if the image still looks poor after selecting high quality display, it may be caused by the resolution of your image, can you tell me the general dimensions and resolution of images you are working with?
thank you your referention are very helpfull tohelp me …
thank you for the kind words! ^_^
i like your stuff buoy