Foldfactory | Saddle Stitch BookletThe staples pass through the folded crease from the outside and are clinched between the centermost pages. Standard sizes available in most media. Larger sizes are available for specific media only. Your document should have the same number of pages as what is being ordered. So, if you are ordering a page booklet, then your document should also contain 16 pages.
What is saddle stitch?
The Print Booklet feature lets you create printer spreads for professional printing. However, in printer spreads, page 2 is positioned next to page 7, so that when the two pages are printed on the same sheet, folded, and collated, the pages end up in the appropriate order. The process of creating printer spreads from layout spreads is called imposition. While imposing pages, you can change settings to adjust spacing between pages, margins, bleed, and creep. The layout of your InDesign document is not affected, because the imposition is all handled in the print stream. No pages are shuffled or rotated in the document. Jeff Witchel from Infiniteskills.
There are over 40 cover stocks to choose from and 35 interior page stocks, which can even be combined for multiple versions of the same booklet.
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Saddle stitch refers to the popular bookbinding method in which folded sheets of paper are gathered one inside the other and stapled through the center line with staples. The staples pass through the folded crease from the outside and are clinched between the innermost pages. This form of binding is most commonly used in comic books but has a variety of other applications as well. This method usually consists of two staples, though larger books may require more staples along the spine. The name saddle stitch comes from the binding process. In the printing industry, stapling is often referred to as stitching. During the saddle stitching process, the collated sheets are draped over a saddle-like piece of equipment, which is where the term saddle comes from.