Brochure page order?

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I'm trying to figure out how the heck a 3-section brochure would fold. Which pages are which after folding? Maybe I'm tired, but this has stumped me. I can't seem to look at the screen and know how it'll fold or print.
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Top: Front of paper
Bottom: Back of paper



I know the top middle section will turn out to be the back of the brochure, anything else is beyond me.
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Just a guess here as I have seen similiar cards done like this. See the three on the top and the three on the bottom? Fold it between these horizontally so that three are on the front, and three are on the back. Then fold it into the thirds from there. I could be wrong, but that is probably how I would do it.
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no, it's the front and back of a single sheet of paper. 2-sided printing. So the entire sheet will be folded into thirds. The bottom of the graphic I posted is the back-side and the top of the graphic is the front side. No horizontal folding.
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There are two ways to fold it. Double fold and Accordion fold. The more common of the two is the Accordion or Z fold
http://www.ehow.com/how_5263179_fold-pa ... chure.html

I personally prefer the Accordion fold, because when opened, you are guaranteed that the person looking at the content will see everything you intended to be on each side.

Actually, I would do the accordion fold in reverse of what they picture in that link.

Here's some templates that might help you grasp the concept
http://www.printingforless.com/Brochure-Templates.html

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