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Date Submitted SHRS Stamp Student Number School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences The University of Queensland St Lucia, 4072 Australia Course Code ASSIGNMENT COVER SHEET Name: Due Date of Assignment:
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So here I am in InDesign cs5 and we're going to create the template for our book cover just before I create the new document I'd like to point out that I am going to switch to the advanced workspace currently I'm in essentials I'm going to come to my workspace picker right here you can also do the same thing from under the window menu but I'm going to come to the workspace picker and choose advanced and I'll be using the advanced workspace throughout as my starting point and there may be a few panels that are not included in that workspace and when I need them I'll get them from the window menu so I'm now going to go to the file menu new document and setup the following things for my intent this is obviously going to be a print document number of pages will be three and the reason I'm choosing three pages is that we're going to have the front cover is one page the back cover is the second page and the spine between the two as our third page facing pages I'm going to turn off the orientation will be tool and the size I'm now going to put in our custom size you'll notice that my default unit of measurement is points doesn't matter what your unit of measurement is you can still type in in inches which is how our book cover size is Specht so I'm going to type in 5i n then press my tab key and it will convert five inches to its point equivalent 360 points and for the height seven point five I n in a next step I will be creating a grid but I am not going to do that here and because I'm going to be creating a grid I'm just going to stick with just one column in the document setup and that makes my gutter width the space between the columns irrelevant in terms of the margins I'd like them to be these because I want to set the margins independently I'm going to break that chain and I'm going to have the top margin the 18 points which is a quarter inch and the same for the bottom margin for my left and my right I'd like those to be zero because I'm going to have design elements that go to the edge of the page and I would like to continue them beyond the edge of the page I need to set up a bleed guide on my bleed guide it's going to be nine points nine points top bottom left and right my slug I don't need slug is an area outside of your page area doesn't end up printed in which you can put any sort of internal reference information but because I'm working independently I don't need to do that so there is everything good to go I may find it useful just in case I need to come back here to save these settings as a preset so I'm going to call it book cover five times seven point five and click OK and there we are in InDesign the black rectangle being the page the magenta representing our top and bottom margins and the red guide representing the bleed offset from the page I'm going to come to my pages panel where we see we have the three pages we want these pages side by side if I grab page 2 or page 3 and try and drag it up next to page 1 that won't work so I...