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How to fold an A1 size drawing

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==Why fold it this way?== ==Why fold it this way?==
* The resultant fold is a handy A4 size. * The resultant fold is a handy A4 size.
-* more reasons to come.+* The folded drawing opens and closes easier that other types of folding.
 +* The drawing title is on the front. Thus you do not have to open the entire thing to see what the drawing is!
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Why fold it this way?

  • The resultant fold is a handy A4 size.
  • The folded drawing opens and closes easier that other types of folding.
  • The drawing title is on the front. Thus you do not have to open the entire thing to see what the drawing is!

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