The number of folding styles available for printing seems endless. Choose your fold based on how many panels of information are needed and what order they should be opened.
An accordion fold is created by folding a sheet of paper back and forth with three folds. It is similar to a Z-fold but has one more fold.
The half-fold and tri-fold are pretty simple and easy to figure out, but with names like double parallel fold and French fold, they can be a bit harder to remember. No problem. That’s why I am writing this post.