Printing Lingo: What is a Z-fold?
A Z-fold is a document folding method that uses two parallel folds to create six panels of equal size - three panels on each side of the paper.
The two folds are made in opposite directions, which forms a shape that resembles the letter Z.
The Z-fold method is commonly used for letters, flyers and brochures.
The Z-fold is sometimes referred to as a 3-Panel Accordion fold or a 3-Panel Zig-Zag fold.
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Take care! Rick