I've been requested to buiild a NATOPS Pocket Checklist in XML and use a FOSI to format it. This is a 5x8 pocket guide in which pages are bound on the top edge and the pages have cut tabs down the one edge. These are ultimate printed on card stock with some sort of comb binding/rings that allow you to flip the thing open and fold it back.
Thus far we have produced these in Frame and Interleaf and approached it as a layout problem. We want to convert this process over to XML and use a FOSI. The XML is not a problem, I'm curious what (if any) people see as pitfalls with making these tabs. I'm assuming that I can easily set a top binding edge instead of a left one.