A5 Booklets & Brochures (Landscape)

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At Print Storm we’re committed to producing your event programs, booklets, menus and promotional brochures to a high standard, on time and on budget.

A5 booklets and brochures (half A4 size) are easy to handle and great for when space is at a premium or you want to keep costs down.

A5 landscape booklets and A5 landscape brochures also gain attention for being just a little bit out of the ordinary. 

We’re experts at in-house printing, binding and design, and are happy to advise on the format, number of pages and print quantities that will be most cost-effective for your requirements.

If you’re unsure about the format, ask us for an A5 landscape booklet mockup or A5 landscape brochure mockup free.

Choose from a range of options:

  • Single page up to 8 page A5 landscape brochure printing 
  • 8 - 64 pages A5 landscape booklet printing
  • Quantities from 10 - 5000 
  • Premium paper stock
  • Full colour printing
  • Brochure folding where required
  • Delivery Australia-wide

All booklets are saddle stitched, which means neatly and securely stapled at the spine. 

They can also have the cost-saving option of full colour cover with black and white text.

Whether you already have a style in mind or would like a new or updated look, our graphic designers have the skills and experience to ensure you’ll get a great result and value for money. 

Document sizes

Standard International Paper Sizes come in three ranges – A, B and C. The most widely used for general printing and stationery is the A series.

A4 is known as international letterhead size (297mm  x 210mm). It’s easy to hold, store in a file or folder, and has space for a lot of information, photographs and diagrams. Most office printers take A4 paper.

As mentioned, A5 is half that size and an A5 landscape booklet or brochure is horizontal, 210mm wide x 148mm deep. This is relevant when thinking about a design which takes full advantage of the expanse, and using paper that is up to the task.

Paper types

Paper (or paper stock) used in commercial printing is described in gsm, or grams per square metre. As a guide, copy paper is 80gsm, gloss or matt brochure paper is commonly 150gsm and business cards are printed on 300 to 350gsm paper referred to as card stock or board.

Uncoated stock is paper in its natural state. The miniscule gaps between the fibres mean it is more porous, will absorb more ink and has a slightly rough feel.

Coated stock is produced by filling the gaps between the paper fibres with chalk or china clay and natural or synthetic binders. The paper is then calendered – pressed between rollers – to smooth the surface. Coated stock is therefore less absorbent to ink, making printed colours brighter and detail crisper. When a paper is described as gloss, matt, satin or silk, this means it is coated.

Wondering how to print an A5 landscape booklet or A5 landscape brochure in Word or PDF?

If you’re supplying your own artwork in Microsoft Word or PDF, it’s important to read our setup guide to make sure your documents will print the way you want.

Order online or talk to us at 1800-2-PRINT and we’ll get your project underway.

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