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Do you want Blurb to reinstitute the brochure format? I do.

Blur has discontinued providing the brochure service. Instead, they link you up to the magazine service. I have made both "brochures" and "magazines" with Blurb, and can attest that they are each distinct products. One should not replace the other. Was this not cost effective? 

Hey Blurb people, bring the brochure back!!!

Dianna Frid

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I loved the paper quality in the brochure; I have designed the same content in the magazine format.  I prefer the magazine binding and I did notice that BLURB NOW gives you a premium paper choice.  I will try that.

I did notice that when the "magazine" product was shipped, some of the key pages were crinkled.  My product is for presentation work and must be picture and feel-good perfect.  I'll keep trying because I believe in BLURB.

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Well, they did add a premium magazine product which is much better than the substandard quality of the magazine product they first replaced the brochure with. I recommend that you use PREMIUM if you want to make a magazine, but the brochure was indeed quite different in both feel and structure: the brochure, for instance, had saddle stitching, which could make for a seamless center spread. This is no longer possible with the magazine. I still encourage Blurb to bring back the brochure. Charge more if you need to but do not nix it. 

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