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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.
-* The folded drawing opens and closes easier that other types of folding.+# 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!+# 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?

  1. The resultant fold is a handy A4 size.
  2. The folded drawing opens and closes easier that other types of folding.
  3. 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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