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  3. Color Options

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    Which color option should I choose?

    Most brochures are printed full-color on both sides, particularly those that include color images. If your brochures don't contain color images or only have them on one side, you might consider a different option instead.

    Full-color printing provides the maximum impact and visual appeal for most brochures. However, if your budget is tight, a well-conceived two-color or even one-color design can prove an acceptable alternative.

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    Front: Full-Color
    Back: Full-Color
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    Text weight papers are designed for use on many types of common business documents, including newsletters, booklets, business correspondence, and more. They provide a good surface for printing and are more flexible than cover stock.

    Cover weight papers are heavier, stiffer, and more durable than text papers. They're often used for printed pieces that require more bulk, such as booklet/report covers, posters, business cards, postcards, and the like.

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  6. Paper Color (Pastels)

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    Perforation is a process performed, usually post-printing, that allows easy separation of sections. Perforation is most commonly used for tickets, coupons, or reference materials. 

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  8. Folding Options

    View Folded once in the center, creating two, equal halves.
    View Bottom third folded up and top third folded down, overlapping it. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Two parallel folds made in opposite directions, resulting in a z-shape fold and creating three panels of equal size. Common for letters, flyers, and brochures.
    View Four panels of equal size. Each panel is folded in the same direction, creating a roll of folds. Also called a roll fold.
    View Four panels. Folded in half and then in half again in the same direction. Two inside sections are slightly skinnier for exact alignment when folding.
    View Features a larger interior panel and two equal side panels that fold inward but do not overlap, similar to doors or gates.
    View Uses alternating folds to create multiple panels of similar size. Folds resemble the pleats of an accordion.
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