I'm extremely new to using inDesign, so I'm going to apologise now for my questions, haha!
I'm creating/designing a new menu for my partners business, which is super exciting! & while I'm pretty pro at Photoshop this is my first time using inDesign, so I'm still learning. I wanted to clarify a few things, because it's really starting to worry me when it comes time to print.
When creating a bi-fold, A4 brochure do you:
a. set up the doc as an A3, landscape with 2 columns to create the area for the fold line and split the page into 2 A4 ....or...
b. set up the doc as an A4, landscape with the 2 columns?
I imagine the bleed lines/margins are then up to me to decide depending on style etc.
Also, when it comes to facing pages - according to what I've researched I don't use them for this style of brochure?
When we do print we were told it would be on A3 paper, to then fold in half.
OR am I doing this all wrong?
Again, I'm sorry for the questions! I really hope this all makes sense.