What is two up saddle stitch?
2-up Saddle Stitch. Creates two-page, side-by-side printer spreads. These printer spreads are appropriate for printing on both sides, collating, folding, and stapling. InDesign adds blank pages as needed to the end of the finished document.
Why does my second page print upside down?
This occurs due to the binding position automatically being set to [Long Edge [Top]] when the printing orientation is [Landscape].
What is Reader spread?
A reader’s spread is the consecutive placement of pages by page numbers. In other words, it’s the order in which we read a publication. For example: A reader’s spread in a book would have pages ordered like this: 1, 2/3, 4/5, 6/7 and so on.
Do books have to be in multiples of 8?
For books printed on offset presses, total pages must be multiples of 8, 16, or 32, (e.g., 224 pages, not 220 pages). Ask your printer if you save money by using a multiple of 32.