A Helping Hand

Need help creating or marketing your next publication?

Our Help section now includes a directory of templates, photography, design, advertising resources and more.  You can also find the the most popular design tips from our blog and latest How to Guides.

Still can’t find what you are looking for then visit the Ask MagCloud section to browse frequently asked questions about publishing, printing and shipping with MagCloud.

Our support team is also happy to answer any questions you can’t find answers for on our website.  Simply contact us so we can help you get the information you are looking for.

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5 thoughts on “A Helping Hand

  1. bert simpson 29 Sep 2011 / 8:57 AM

    I desire to purchase all 8 Adventure Rider magazines but I don’t see an address or application. Need your help.

    • Lauren 14 Nov 2011 / 1:51 PM

      Hi Bert,

      Simply go to http://www.rideok.magcloud.com and you can add any of their issues to your cart. Then check out using Paypal or a credit card and we’ll print and ship the magazines straight to you.

      Thanks!

  2. Dave Thwaites 24 Oct 2011 / 2:01 AM

    Hi there, I would like to create a saddle stitched MagCloud publication that contains double page spreads. I see that in the guidelines it is not advised unless the publication is perfect bound, yet there are saddle stiched publications featured. Any advice on how to set double page spreads up for print would be greatly appreciated. Cheers, Dave

    • Meghan 24 Oct 2011 / 1:44 PM

      Hi Dave,

      You can create double page spreads in saddle stitch or perfect bound publications. The reason we specifically touch on this for perfect bound publications is because this binding method can result in the loss of some content into the spine area, which can cause issues with images that extend across the spine. With saddle stitched publications, you don’t need to worry about this issue – simply put half of the image on a lefthand page and the other half on the opposing righthand page so that the halves meet along the inside edges of the two pages. Keep in mind that you’ll still need to export your PDF as single pages, not spreads, as described in our PDF Guides. After uploading your file, you should see in your preview that the two halves meet to create a single image across both pages.

      I hope that helps,
      Meghan

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