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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.
A French fold is the combination of a half-fold in one direction followed by a half-fold perpendicular to the first. This results in eight panels.
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.
A roll fold, or barrel fold, is created by folding one section of paper inward, then continuing to roll and fold in the same direction.
To make a double parallel fold, paper is folded in half and then in half again in the same direction.
A tri-fold is made by folding both sides of a paper in toward the middle to create three equal sections.
A Z-fold is made by folding a piece of paper into thirds, with one third folded forward and another folded backward.
A half-fold is the simplest fold. It is created by folding a piece of paper in half, resulting in four panels of equal size.
A gate fold is created by folding two ends to meet in the middle. This creates a large section in the center and two smaller ones on the sides.