Hi,I have InDesign (Creative Cloud CS5.5) on Windows 7. I have done some research and would appreciate a confirmation of my understanding.
I want to print some booklet in my home printer which accepts letter size paper only.
Initially I thought I would create text frames and thread them in non-consecutive way (with smart flow, auto pages enabled) - so that the text would flow in such a way that when can be printed, the paper can be cut out in smaller pieces appropriate for binding.
I realize now that I need to use imposition software (Print Booklet etc) to achieve this as text threading is not designed to be that flexible.
I would appreciate any inputs.
Your subject title mentions A4 sized paper, the body mentions US Letter size.
Assuming you want one half of a letter-size for each page, create the page size as portrait, 5.5" wide, 8.5" tall.
Thread in logical order, page 1 through...how many ever pages. You should have a page count evenly divisible by 4.
Export to PDF as normal...single pages.
Open the PDF in Acrobat or Reader, print the booklet from it.