Brochure Printing

Brochures are the best way to share all your information in an accessible, compact format. Perfect for projects like Menus, Newsletters and Promotional Material - you can print your own custom sizes and choose from a range of folding options, including tri-fold and z-folded leaflets. Plus, our easy reordering process means you can order prints at the click of a button - saving you time, money and effort.

You will find a summary of the most frequently asked questions for this product below.

You can drag and drop files from your desktop or upload them from your computer, online file-sharing accounts like Dropbox, or even a web URL. You can upload single files and multi-page files to your orders. Please label your files clearly with names like Front CoverPage 1Page 2, etc., so our system can place your files chronologically. Visit our Print File Setup Guide for more information.

You can upload multiple file types, and we will convert them into high-quality PDFs. We recommend providing your files in CMYK colour mode for the best results. Visit our Colour Guide for Printing and File Formats Support Page to view the complete list of accepted file types.

Bleed is an extension of artwork or colour(s), ensuring no unprinted edges appear when we cut your prints to size, as paper can move slightly during trimming. Most items require a 0.125” bleed, while Hardcover items covers require a 0.8” bleed. You don’t need to include bleed if your pages are white, with no artwork or colour(s) meeting the edge of your page. Visit our Bleed Support Page or contact our team for assistance.

After you add the first delivery address in your Details tab, click Add another delivery address to enter another address. Each new address will accrue charges accordingly.

We print pages in groups of four to ensure your page order is correct, except for Hardcover items. If you have an odd number of pages, not divisible by four, you may need to add blank or additional pages. Visit our Page Counts Support Page for more information.

While the reasons an item may be unavailable vary, we treat every scenario on a case-by-case basis. We recommend contacting our team so they can review your quote, identify what's causing the issue, and offer you a similar, available item.

All production facilities create high-quality prints using the same technology and equipment. And sometimes, we may need to print your items at another facility. Items produced at different facilities will be shipped together where possible. Due to limited floor space, we cannot hold items and send them when completed.

We aim to get your order to you by or on the date you choose on our Instant Quote Calculator. While all shipping dates displayed on our website are estimates and not guaranteed, we will inform you at the earliest opportunity if a delay occurs. If you have a deadline, contact our team by phone, and we will try to accommodate. Visit our Shipping and Delivery Support Page for more information.

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How To Upload Your Files
  • To ensure high-quality print files, we'll convert your files to PDFs, no matter which file type you upload. We accept single pages, double pages or individual files. Visit our File Formats Support Page to learn how to submit your files.
  • You can supply your files as individual panels or one single spread. Please clearly label your files so our system can place them in the correct position, and add a 0.125” quiet area on both sides of the fold line before uploading.
  • You can choose from several creative and eye-catching folding options on our Instant Quote Calculator.
  • Bleed is the area surrounding your print’s trim size, extending an image or colour beyond the finished trim size. Add a 0.125" bleed to every print file before uploading them to your Artwork Dashboard. Avoid placing any important content within the bleed area. You don't need to include bleed if your pages are blank (i.e. no images/graphics meet the edge of your page). Visit our Bleed Setup Support Page to learn more about bleed, trim lines and gutter areas.
  • We strongly advise that you add a lamination to prints containing areas with dark colours. Lamination increases a print's lifespan and enhances printed colours. It also minimises ink transfer and scuffing. Paper weights of 80lb or higher can be laminated, and lighter paper will curl. Visit our Print File Checklist Support Page for more information.

Half Fold

A half fold (or single fold) is a simple but effective folding option. Paper is folded once along the middle to create 4 printed panels - a front cover, a back cover, and two internal panels.


The roll fold (or letter fold) is an easy way to display text and graphics. Paper is folded twice to produce 3 sections and 6 printed panels.


The Z-fold, or concertina fold, is perfect for splitting up large amounts of information. Paper is folded twice to resemble a 'Z' shape to create 3 sections with 6 printed panels.

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