Pixels to Print: Page Count: Multiple of Four

September 12, 2019

Ever been asked to add a few more pages to your document so it becomes a multiple of four? Here’s why!

When printing a brochure or booklet, page count must be a multiple of four such as 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 24, 28, 32, 36, 40, and so on. Pages of your booklet are created by printing on a single sheet of paper folded in half. This sheet will contain two pages on the front side and two pages on the back side, so it will always be a multiple of four.

The only exceptions are using wire bound, spiral bound, and perfect bound binding techniques. They’ll be counted by a multiple of two due to using single sheets.

Pro tip: Be sure you determine your binding technique before you start creating to determine if page count is important.

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