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Compiling a print-ready file using InDesign CS2 (Part 2)

Prerequisite

You have all your pages in your inDesign document, page numbers ready, etc. See previous step (part 1) here.

Objective

Turn this file into a standalone PDF file, so that you can either print this on your home laser printer, or bring it to a print shop and get it printed duplex (double-sided.)

The following is for CS2 only. For CS3 and up, please see the other post.

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Compiling a print-ready file using InDesign CS3+ (Part 2)

Prerequisite

You have all your pages in your inDesign document, page numbers ready, etc.

Objective

Turn this file into a standalone PDF file, so that you can either print this on your home laser printer, or bring it to a print shop and get it printed duplex (double-sided.)

For people using Indesign CS3+. For tutorial in CS2 (using inBooklet SE plugin), please see previous entry.

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Compiling a print-ready file using InDesign (Part 1)

Most of this post is based on CS2 on a Mac because that’s what I use. I am going to focus on the minimal basic stuff.

  • Prerequisite

You have your comic pages as individual files in a folder.

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  • Objective

Compile these comic pages into one single file ready for print.

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