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Documents with multiple folds may need special handling.  For instance, a trifold brochure, folded down from an 8½" x 11" sheet, requires that the inside folded panel is slightly smaller than the outside panels.  This is to ensure that the brochure doesn't buckle.  If the artwork is not positioned to stop at the fold, our bindery department can adjust the folding machine.  However, if there are critical line-ups with folds, the artwork may have to be adjusted before output.  In this case, the artwork for the front and back of the inside panel is moved or resized.  The precision of folded panels becomes more complicated as the number of panels increases.  To be sure that you are creating the document correctly, you may ask us for a folding template.