Hi, I have two questions that although may seem simple to yourselves has been confusing me for a long time. I do the high majority of my work in Adobe Illustrator with the rest being done in Photoshop. The question I have follows downloading these templates: http://www.graphicdesignforums.co.uk/threads/free-print-templates.322/ However I'm putting the question here as it's more so to do with the printers. Q1: When setting up a document of an A5 folder for example, the template above asks me to delete the layer. How will the printers know where the cuts/folds are if I've deleted the layer? Surely then it's just a completely blank artboard? Do printers buy pre-folded folders and I must design to their dimensions only? Q2: Creating documents with folders/windows/cuts in generally confuses me as to how the printers know where I want them to be, can anyone please explain how they do this? Another example could be UV finish... would this just be a case of me highlighting it in a yellow colour for example and asking the printer to print the yellow in UV? OR... are all these questions I need to ask and discuss with the print company themselves? I understand these questions kind of don't make sense, but it's confusing me quite a bit. Any simple design/print like a flat business card isn't a problem for me and I can easily design and get printed. Thanks for any replies.