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12/11/2017 A Paper Sizes - A0, A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, A6, A7, A8, A9, A10

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Dimensions Of A Series Paper Sizes


A Paper Sizes - Quick Lookup

Size Unit Dimensions

A4 in mm is 210 x 297

The dimensions of the A series paper sizes, as defined by the ISO 216 standard, are given in the table below the diagram in both
millimetres and inches (cm measurements can be obtained by dividing mm value by 10). The A Series paper size chart, below
left, gives a visual representation of how the sizes relate to each other - for example A5 is half of A4 size paper and A2 is half of
A1 size paper.

A Series Paper Sizes Chart.


Image courtesy of Office 365.

Table of Paper Sizes From 4A0 to A10

Size Width x Height (mm) Width x Height (in)

4A0 1682 x 2378 mm 66.2 x 93.6 in

2A0 1189 x 1682 mm 46.8 x 66.2 in

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Size Width x Height (mm) Width x Height (in)

A0 841 x 1189 mm 33.1 x 46.8 in

A1 594 x 841 mm 23.4 x 33.1 in

A2 420 x 594 mm 16.5 x 23.4 in

A3 297 x 420 mm 11.7 x 16.5 in

A4 210 x 297 mm 8.3 x 11.7 in

A5 148 x 210 mm 5.8 x 8.3 in

A6 105 x 148 mm 4.1 x 5.8 in

A7 74 x 105 mm 2.9 x 4.1 in

A8 52 x 74 mm 2.0 x 2.9 in

A9 37 x 52 mm 1.5 x 2.0 in

A10 26 x 37 mm 1.0 x 1.5 in

To obtain paper sizes in centimetres, convert mm values to cm by dividing by 10 and in feet by dividing inch values by 12. More
units here and sizes in pixels here.

4A0 & 2A0 - The DIN 476 Oversize Formats

The paper sizes bigger than A0, 4A0 & 2A0, aren't formally defined by ISO 216 but are commonly used for oversized paper. The
origin of these formats is in the German DIN 476 standard, that was the original base document from which ISO 216 was
derived. 2A0 is sometimes described as A00, however this naming convention is not used for 4A0.

A Series Paper Size Tolerances

ISO 216 specifies tolerances for the production of A series paper sizes as follows:

1.5 mm (0.06 in) for dimensions up to 150 mm (5.9 in)


2 mm (0.08 in) for lengths in the range 150 to 600 mm (5.9 to 23.6 in)
3 mm (0.12 in) for any dimension above 600 mm (23.6 in)

A Series Paper Sizes Defined

The A series paper sizes are defined in ISO 216 by the following requirements:

The length divided by the width is 1.4142


The A0 size has an area of 1 square metre.
Each subsequent size A(n) is defined as A(n-1) cut in half parallel to its shorter sides.
The standard length and width of each size is rounded to the nearest millimetre.

Note: For reference the last item is there because the root 2 aspect ratio doesn't always give a whole number.

For more information about A paper size areas and areas of sizes other than A0 in square metres and square feet click here.

International Usage

The A series paper sizes are now in common use throughout the world apart from in the US, Canada and parts of Mexico. The A4
size has become the standard business letter size in English speaking countries such as Australia, New Zealand and the UK, that
formerly used British Imperial sizes. In Europe the A paper sizes were adopted as the formal standard in the mid 20th century
and from there they spread across the globe.

RA & SRA Untrimmed Sizes

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RA & SRA sizes define untrimmed paper for commercial printing. These formats are designed to allow for ink bleed during the
printing process so that the paper can then be trimmed to one of the A series sizes. Click here for more on RA & SRA sizes.

A3+ (Super A3)

A3 Plus, or Super A3 as it is sometimes known, is not an ISO 216 paper size. It has dimensions of 329mm x 483mm (13" x 19").
This gives it an aspect ratio of 1:1.468 rather than the 1:root 2 aspect ratio of the ISO series paper sizes. In actuality the
A3+/Super A3 name is quite misleading as this paper size is known as B+ or Super B in the United States and is ANSI B with a 1"
margin for print bleed.

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Inside page specifications
Common inside page specs, sizes and measurements
to ensure a great-looking publication

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Text specifications
Size, spacing and justification
As a general rule of thumb, a font size of 9 to 11 point is a good reading size (depending on font choice) for the body
text of the common A5 trimmed book. A larger sized book may need a larger font and increased line spacing. A page of
body text looks tidy if left-justified. However, depending on the document, other paragraph options such as 'left- aligned'
(as on this page) are quite appropriate. The line spacing (or leading) should be at least 1.2 single line spacing (if laying the
text up in a Microsoft Word document). A better overall appearance for the main body of your text could be obtained in
Microsoft Word if you make your line spacing approximately 2pt larger than your font size. For example, if your text size
is Helvetica 10pt regular, try making the line spacing 12-12.5pt. If you are working in Microsoft Word you can change
your line spacing by going into: format > paragraph and choosing Exactly instead of Single and then in the box to
the right of it, select the appropriate pt size. Only by applying a font (in different sizes one at a time) to a page of text,
and trying several different line spacings (also one at a time) and printing these trials out in order to compare their visual
appearance, and then perhaps the same thing again with a different font, will you begin to get a real idea of what your
pages may look like. When you try different fonts, take into account whether youre doing a small amount of text or a
whole book and also the context of the book. Different subjects may suit a certain font better than others.

Fonts
A serif font such as Times New Roman with a 10pt size is a good standard font to use as it is easy to read and pleasant
on the eye. Sans serif fonts can also be used for body text, Arial or Helvetica are two such fonts. The page numbers
should be in the same font as the main text in the book and be no larger than the body text. Often the page numbers
are a point or two smaller than the body text so they do not detract from the body text of the book and they are often
centred at the bottom of the page.

Chapter
The chapter headings of a book can be in the same font as that used for the main body text. But for visual interest
a complementary font would suit. The chapter headings are often in a larger font size than the body text, and can
be bolded so they stand out. There should be a space of at least 3 lines or extra point spacing after the chapter title
before the body text starts and the chapter title should, in general be placed one quarter to one third down the page
to differentiate clearly between the start and finish of chapters. A larger drop cap can be added to the first letter of the
first paragraph to add visual interest and emphasise the start of the new chapter text.

Index only necessary for non-fiction


An index is usually set in two columns, with a space between the two columns. For example, a 114mm wide text block
will have two columns each 55mm wide with a 4mm space between them. The font size is generally two sizes smaller
than the body of the work. For example if the body copy is set at 10-on-12-pt type and the extracts, bibliography and
appendixes in 9-on-11pt, the index will probably be set in 8-on-10pt. All runover lines are indented, i.e. to allow the
index headings to stand out. Text in an index is not justified on the right-hand margin; it is ragged right.

Footnote
A note at the bottom of a page is properly called a footnote. There is a lot to be read about the standard way in which
footnotes should be set up. You would be wise to look at how they are done in other books and perhaps refer to a
manual such as The Chicago Manual of Style. The font size is generally a lot smaller, e.g., if using a body text of 10pt
your footers may be set in 7.5 or 8-on-9pt. Keep footnotes to a minimum. If you have quite a few they may be set up
better as endnotes. See an example of page layout, index page and footnotes on the following pages.

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Imprint page
The imprint page typically starts with a copyright statement and also contains information about where the book
is printed, its ISBN number etc. It may also contain information such as which edition the printed book may be,
previous printers or editions if any, and also the country the book was printed and bound in. Some imprint pages also
acknowledge the typesetting information and may even list the fonts used in the book. The imprint page is usually the
second page in the book as it is printed on the back of the title page.

Book sizes and margins


On the following pages are some typical book sizes, showing their dimensions and how to set up page margins. A5
trimmed is a small paperback size and crown quarto is often used for history books or similar type works. A4 trimmed
is included because it is a size commonly recognised; it is often used by authors publishing genealogies, jubilee or
reunion books, student workbooks etc. It allows the author to have more text per page than a crown quarto and can
therefore be more economical for printing. Other sizes are also used by authors; as a guide we have included those
that are more economical to print.

On the following pages are some typical page layout specifications for an A5 trimmed book
(145 x 204mm finished size).

A5 trimmed right hand page.

Top margin

Chapter heading
starting down page

A5 size page

Paragraph space
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Centred page number 1

Bottom margin

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Below are some common pages that will make up your publication. They are here as a visual reference to show how
some standard pages in your book can look.

Nathan Simpson

BLACK AMBER
BLACK
AMBER BOOK 1

A New
Black Amber Book One A New Fate 1st edition 2011
Published by Nathan Simpson
Copyright 2011 Nathan Simpson. All rights reserved.

Fate
No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form
or means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written
permission from the author.

Editor: Dr R.Blaikie, Professional Literature Psychiatrist -


Helping books to discover their inner beauty.

Layout and cover design: Adrian Wright/PublishMe


Printed by PublishMe
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ISBN 978-0-473-19603-5

Half title page Title page Imprint page

BLACK AMBER - BOOK 1

4. Picture yourself with someone much better for you


Capra, Fritjof, 30 Capra, Fritjof, 30
Index Cayce, Edgar, 115, 202
Index
than the other person. Dwell Cayce,
on this image
Edgar, 115,for
202some
Suddenly a loud pop and a bright flash of light exploded near the Cerebral cortex, 200 Cerebral cortex, 200
A time.
A Visualise the positive consequences on others
forests edge, quickly followed by two thuds. Both goblins jumped in Cerebro-spinal uid: CSF, 200 Cerebro-spinal uid: CSF, 200
fright and looked over in cautious curiosity. It happened too fast for Acupuncture, 15 Chakra: chakras, 59, 121 of your relationship.
Acupuncture, 15 Chakra: chakras, 59, 121
Adams, Patch, 101 Chandrakirti Buddhist Centre, 124 Adams, Patch, 101 Chandrakirti Buddhist Centre, 124
them to see, but their keen ears easily determined how far away the
Addictions, 150 Channelling: channel, 192 Addictions,
5. Write down 150 Channelling:
all your feelings for the personchannel,
and 192
read it
sound had been. The large goblin pulled his son along and started Afterlife, 247 Chopra, Deepak, 30 Afterlife, 247 Chopra, Deepak, 30
towards the area with his spear-tip leading. Agya, 198 Christ consciousness, 249 out loud
Agya, 19830 times consecutively. This
Christ has the same
consciousness, 249
The two carefully pushed through several small hedges, stopping Akasha, 206; akashic eld, 206, Chromosomes, 87 Akasha, 206; akashic eld, 206, Chromosomes, 87
213 Cigarettes, 173
effect
213
as thrashing a good songCigarettes,
on the radio.
173
at the forests edge. They peered through the leaves towards the
clearing and saw two human males lying side by side in the middle of Alchemy: alchemist, 58 Cignolini, Anita, 30 Alchemy: alchemist, 58 Cignolini, Anita, 30
Anahata, 170 Clairsentient, 28 6. Picture
Anahata, the
170faces of your future children in
Clairsentient, 28the midst
the small grass field. Pure amazement captured the young goblin. He Anomaly: anomalous, 99 Cocks, Rev Michael, 308 Cocks, Rev Michael, 308
had never seen the dreaded humans before, which were so frequently ofAnomaly:
divorceanomalous, 99
proceedings.
Armstrong, Louis, 288 Coelho, Paulo, 164 Armstrong, Louis, 288 Coelho, Paulo, 164
talked about in his village in hushed voices. Ashman, Thomas, 307 Cohen, Leonard, 156 Ashman, Thomas, 307 Cohen, Leonard, 156
The adult goblin remained cautious and watched the two humans Asklepios, 58 Coherence, 99 7. IfAsklepios,
relevant, 58
imagine what kindCoherence,
of father99 or mother
carefully, trying to determine what their purpose was in the goblins Ataraxia, 285 Coil: standard, bifilar, torroid, the person
Ataraxia, 285would be and hoe Coil: thatstandard,
would affect
bifilar, your
torroid,
Attenborough, David, 181 torroidal, Mbius, 72 Attenborough, David, 181 torroidal, Mbius, 72
forest. One human suddenly sat up and let off a horrid screech of children s feelings.
Aung, Steven, 127 Cold reading, 302 Aung, Steven, 127 Cold reading, 302
terrifying volume, then frantically padded itself up and down for no Autistic, 298; autism, 299 Cold War, 164 Autistic, 298; autism, 299 Cold War, 164
apparent reason. The humans sudden outburst of rage unsettled the Ayurvedic: vedic, 61 Collagen, 82 8. As a last resort
Ayurvedic: (and in extreme
vedic, 61 cases) 82
Collagen, move to another
older goblins nerves. He grabbed his son by the arm, spun him right Collective unconscious, 81 Collective unconscious, 81
around and fled back into the forest to inform the tribe. B Colour therapy: colour therapist, city.
B * Colour therapy: colour therapist,
Rickie calmed down once he realized he was still in one piece. Backster, Cleve, 183 68, 203 Backster, Cleve, 183 68, 203
Baihui, 37 Connective tissue: connective tissue In very
Baihui,colourful
37 language that Connective
I had totissue: connective
censor ever tissue
so
His rushed padding stopped as he concluded that his limbs were diseases, 40, 82 diseases, 40, 82
Bailey, Alice, 310 Bailey, Alice, 310
undamaged from the fire. Tylor turned over and lay on his back in Barth, John, 215 Consciousness, 199 slightly,
Barth, Nick (30) made a few comments
John, 215 Consciousness, that
199stood out
the grass. He looked up at the now midday sky, with the recollection Beck, Don: Beck s 178 Cook, Gary, 226 Beck, Don: Beck s 178 Cook, Gary, 226
about being attracted to the wrong kind of person:
of the tunnel still vivid in his mind. He tried to sort through the Benveniste, Jacques, 202 Corpus callosum, 194 Benveniste, Jacques, 202 Corpus callosum, 194
billions of images he witnessed on his brief journey. Creativity, 190 BigLook Creativity, 190
Big Bang Theory, 116
Cytoskeleton, 83
into why,
Bang Theory, 116 it will be a combination
Cytoskeleton, 83
of things, the
That was a hell of a thing, he whimpered. Black Holes, 76 Black Holes, 76
Im not going to ask what just happened. I dont know either. Blake, William, 45 badBlake,
boy William,
is condent
45 and cool, but a bad guy. So nd a
Blood pressure: hypertension, 138 D Blood pressure: hypertension, 138 D
Im just happy that it doesnt hurt anymore, Rickie said sharply. He Breast cancer, 174 Da Vinci, Leonardo, 80 condent and cool
Breast cancer, 174 guy, who isnt aDabad
Vinci,guy. A girl
Leonardo, 80 might
turned towards his relaxing brother and was thankful to see that Brinkley, Dannion, 93 Dalai Lama, 125, 157, 287 be sexy andDannion,
Brinkley, know how 93 to use it, but demanding
Dalai and 287
Lama, 125, 157, VERY
Tylor was unhurt. He placed his hands on the ground to determine Brown, Dan, 265 Dark Night of the Soul, 274 Brown, Dan, 265 Dark Night of the Soul, 274
the damp feeling on his back and slowly gathering under his legs, Brow chakra 194 Dass, Ram, 165 highBrow
maintenance.
chakra 194 So nd someone Dass,who
Ram, has
165 the positive
Buddhist: Buddhism, 125, 228
and was shocked when his hand felt the silky touch of grass. He Davies, Brenda, 127
andBuddhist: Buddhism, 125, 228
not so much of the negative. Davies, Brenda, 127
reluctantly stood up, making sure that his legs were still usable, and Da Vinci Code, 265 Da Vinci Code, 265
let out a great sigh of relief when he was standing fully.
C Demkina, Natasha, 293 People
C can be encouraged to become theNatasha,
Demkina, things you
293 want.
Caduceus, 57 Descartes, Rene, 62 Caduceus, 57 Descartes, Rene, 62
Tylor now felt ready to sit up, carefully observing his hands as he Cancer, 218, 249 Dinosaurs, 146 Cancer, 218, 249
* I thank Judith Connolly for this idea.Dinosaurs, 146

20 332 332
19

Inside text page Index page Page with footnote

Please remember the following guides are standard recommended guides only and the page specs are not set in
stone. You can customise margins, headings, fonts etc to suit your publication. The standard recommended guides
shown will produce a result that looks professional and is pleasing to view and read. If you are typesetting the book
yourself have a look at other similar books in a bookshop or your local library to see what works for you in regards
to fonts and design.

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A5
Trimmed
A5 Trimmed page size 145 x 204mm
3mm BLEED AREA: The bleed area extends 3mm around the three outside edges of the page and must be added if you want bleed on
your book pages. Any pictures or colour you want to bleed off the page edge have to extend into the 3mm bleed area indicated by the red line.
This 3mm margin is cut off during production of your book so any images bleeding off into this area are trimmed back to the page edge. If you
dont have any images that bleed off the pages in your book then you dont need to include the 3mm bleed area on your pages.

TOP
MARGIN
20mm

A5 RIGHT
HAND
PAGE

BODY TEXT BLOCK


INNER Please note: the page margins indicated and size and OUTER
MARGIN shape of the text block is a general reference only. MARGIN
25mm Where and how the text sits on the page is up to you, 18mm
as placement can depend on how much text is on each
page, where images sit, text wraps around images, the
point size of the text, the font used and the look and
feel of the book you are trying to create. The shown
position of the page number is also a guide only. For
example you may want your page numbering in the top
right hand corner of the pages .
BOUND
EDGE

BOTTOM
PAGE NUMBER 0 MARGIN
14mm 27mm

The page number is centered and placed 14mm up from the bottom edge of the page.

NB: These diagrams show the page set-up for a right-hand page. (The first page of a book is a right-hand page). Set up your page
margins as though for a right-hand page; the inner and outer margins (or left and right) may be different so take note of this.
5mm is lost from the inner margin when the book is bound along its spine edge. The next step is to get right and left pages,
which will be a mirror of each other if you have different inner and outer margins. If you are working in a Word document for
instance, while in the page set up you select mirror margins from the drop down menu for multiple margins.
In Adobe InDesign, you select facing pages.

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BF
Trimmed
BFormat Trimmed page size 127 x 195mm
3mm BLEED AREA: The bleed area extends 3mm around the three outside edges of the page and must be added if you want bleed on
your book pages. Any pictures or colour you want to bleed off the page edge have to extend into the 3mm bleed area indicated by the red line.
This 3mm margin is cut off during production of your book so any images bleeding off into this area are trimmed back to the page edge. If you
dont have any images that bleed off the pages in your book then you dont need to include the 3mm bleed area on your pages.

TOP
MARGIN
20mm

B-FORMAT
RIGHT HAND
PAGE

BODY TEXT BLOCK


INNER Please note: the page margins indicated and size and OUTER
MARGIN shape of the text block is a general reference only. MARGIN
25mm Where and how the text sits on the page is up to you, 21mm
as placement can depend on how much text is on each
page, where images sit, text wraps around images, the
point size of the text, the font used and the look and
feel of the book you are trying to create. The shown
position of the page number is also a guide only. For
example you may want your page numbering in the top
right hand corner of the pages .
BOUND
EDGE

BOTTOM
PAGE NUMBER 0 MARGIN
15mm 25mm

The page number is centered and placed 15mm up from the bottom edge of the page.

NB: These diagrams show the page set-up for a right-hand page. (The first page of a book is a right-hand page). Set up your page
margins as though for a right-hand page; the inner and outer margins (or left and right) may be different so take note of this.
5mm is lost from the inner margin when the book is bound along its spine edge. The next step is to get right and left pages,
which will be a mirror of each other if you have different inner and outer margins. If you are working in a Word document for
instance, while in the page set up you select mirror margins from the drop down menu for multiple margins.
In Adobe InDesign, you select facing pages.

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A4
Trimmed
A4 Trimmed page size 207 x 291mm
3mm BLEED AREA: The bleed area extends 3mm around the three outside edges of the page and must be added if you want bleed on
your book pages. Any pictures or colour you want to bleed off the page edge have to extend into the 3mm bleed area indicated by the red line.
This 3mm margin is cut off during production of your book so any images bleeding off into this area are trimmed back to the page edge. If you
dont have any images that bleed off the pages in your book then you dont need to include the 3mm bleed area on your pages.

TOP
MARGIN
25mm

A4 RIGHT
HAND
PAGE

BODY TEXT BLOCK


INNER Please note: the page margins indicated and size and OUTER
MARGIN shape of the text block is a general reference only. MARGIN
25mm Where and how the text sits on the page is up to you, 25mm
as placement can depend on how much text is on each
page, where images sit, text wraps around images, the
point size of the text, the font used and the look and
feel of the book you are trying to create. The shown
position of the page number is also a guide only. For
example you may want your page numbering in the top
right hand corner of the pages .
BOUND
EDGE

BOTTOM
PAGE NUMBER 0 MARGIN
15mm 30mm

The page number is centered and placed 15mm up from the bottom edge of the page.

NB: These diagrams show the page set-up for a right-hand page. (The first page of a book is a right-hand page). Set up your page
margins as though for a right-hand page; the inner and outer margins (or left and right) may be different so take note of this.
5mm is lost from the inner margin when the book is bound along its spine edge. The next step is to get right and left pages,
which will be a mirror of each other if you have different inner and outer margins. If you are working in a Word document for
instance, while in the page set up you select mirror margins from the drop down menu for multiple margins.
In Adobe InDesign, you select facing pages.

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CQ
Trimmed
Crown Quarto Trimmed page size 189 x 246mm
3mm BLEED AREA: The bleed area extends 3mm around the three outside edges of the page and must be added if you want bleed on
your book pages. Any pictures or colour you want to bleed off the page edge have to extend into the 3mm bleed area indicated by the red line.
This 3mm margin is cut off during production of your book so any images bleeding off into this area are trimmed back to the page edge. If you
dont have any images that bleed off the pages in your book then you dont need to include the 3mm bleed area on your pages.

TOP
MARGIN
25mm

CQ RIGHT
HAND
PAGE

BODY TEXT BLOCK


INNER Please note: the page margins indicated and size and OUTER
MARGIN shape of the text block is a general reference only. MARGIN
25mm Where and how the text sits on the page is up to you, 25mm
as placement can depend on how much text is on each
page, where images sit, text wraps around images, the
point size of the text, the font used and the look and
feel of the book you are trying to create. The shown
position of the page number is also a guide only. For
example you may want your page numbering in the top
right hand corner of the pages .
BOUND
EDGE

BOTTOM
PAGE NUMBER 0 MARGIN
18mm 30mm

The page number is centered and placed 18mm up from the bottom edge of the page.

NB: These diagrams show the page set-up for a right-hand page. (The first page of a book is a right-hand page). Set up your page
margins as though for a right-hand page; the inner and outer margins (or left and right) may be different so take note of this.
5mm is lost from the inner margin when the book is bound along its spine edge. The next step is to get right and left pages,
which will be a mirror of each other if you have different inner and outer margins. If you are working in a Word document for
instance, while in the page set up you select mirror margins from the drop down menu for multiple margins.
In Adobe InDesign, you select facing pages.

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CPB
Trimmed
Children's Picture Book Trimmed page size 210 x 210mm

3mm BLEED AREA: The bleed area extends 3mm around the three outside edges of the page and must be added if you want bleed on
your book pages. Any pictures or colour you want to bleed off the page edge have to extend into the 3mm bleed area indicated by the red line.
This 3mm margin is cut off during production of your book so any images bleeding off into this area are trimmed back to the page edge. If you
dont have any images that bleed off the pages in your book then you dont need to include the 3mm bleed area on your pages.

TOP
MARGIN
30mm

CPB RIGHT
HAND PAGE

BODY TEXT BLOCK


Please note: the page margins indicated and size and
INNER shape of the text block is a general reference only. OUTER
Where and how the text sits on the page is up to you,
MARGIN MARGIN
as placement can depend on how much text is on each
30mm 30mm
page, where images sit, text wraps around images, the
point size of the text, the font used and the look and
feel of the book you are trying to create. The shown
position of the page number is also a guide only. For
example you may want your page numbering in the top
right hand corner of the pages .

BOUND
EDGE

PAGE NUMBER 0 BOTTOM


MARGIN
18mm 35mm

The page number is centered and placed 18mm up from the bottom edge of the page.

NB: These diagrams show the page set-up for a right-hand page. (The first page of a book is a right-hand page). Set up your page
margins as though for a right-hand page; the inner and outer margins (or left and right) may be different so take note of this.
5mm is lost from the inner margin when the book is bound along its spine edge. The next step is to get right and left pages,
which will be a mirror of each other if you have different inner and outer margins. If you are working in a Word document for
instance, while in the page set up you select mirror margins from the drop down menu for multiple margins.
In Adobe InDesign, you select facing pages.

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