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I'm in desperate help of trying to layout a my portfolio, i went thru various versions and my layout skills aren't that great. I'm used to working with a more free and open style. I'm trying to do a spread of 18in width 14in height. (9in width 14in height per page).

I'm just at a point where i'm so lost on how to lay things out, maybe if someone could help with a grid, or a concept or anything that'd be great. Thanks a lot.
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Create your portfolio using Adobe Acrobat professional using Pdf's most efficiant way, considering PDFs open on almost all computers and you can post a low res web version on line, the new acrobat offers reall nice transitions and you will have no size issues..

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What kind of portfolio is this? What is it for? What sort of work is going to be included in it? What files are you working with?

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What kind of portfolio is this? What is it for? What sort of work is going to be included in it? What files are you working with?
Ok I should of asked that first...
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