I've created a brochure using the "booklet" format in Indesign. I'd like to be able to e-mail out and have it retain the "book" layout. Is that possible? If I save as a pdf it loses all formatting and it's a regular scroll down to view page after page. The end users/readers will have varying computers and programs and there's no way for me to tell which.
Alternatively, I would be happy enough to get this up on my website to be viewed in booklet format and refer people there, preferably with an option to print it out.
Does anyone know how I can do both or either of these?
Thanks in advance.
In a situation like this I would export a PDF as single pages -- DON'T make a booklet, you aren't printing and it will just confuse readers to see things imposed -- and set the initial view in Acrobat Pro to display two-up with coverpage. Your readers can then decid if they want to see the spreads, or change the view for themselves.
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