Using margins in booklets.
Having margins set up correctly within your booklet print can help with many things. Visually, it makes it easier to read the content on the page, but practically it can help keep the important text from being compromised during the printing process.
What are margins?
Margins refer to the blank spaces surrounding the content of a document. They come in various widths, typically determined by preference and aesthetic considerations. However, there are a few standard sizes that people commonly adhere to.
Ample margins provide breathing room for the eyes, making it easier for readers to focus on the content without feeling overwhelmed. Insufficient margins can lead to text feeling cramped or even getting cut off during printing. It’s also a space for your thumb to sit when you’re reading the book.
Well-proportioned margins contribute to the overall visual appeal of your booklet. They create a sense of balance and help frame the content, enhancing the reading experience.