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Quite Imposing Plus makes it easy to handle page-imposition tasks, variable-data-printing tasks, and related tasks. It is an Adobe Acrobat plug-in. In other words: to use Quite Imposing Plus, you point and click from within Adobe Acrobat.
Quite Imposing Plus lets you do things like:
- Bookletting. Do imposition for a booklet (saddle-stitched book).
- n-Up. Arrange pages on a larger sheet.
- Step and repeat. Arrange multiple copies of the same pages on larger sheets. Good for business cards, labels, postcards, etc. Also good for saving money on click fees — print two 8½" x 11" pages on an 11" x 17" sheet.
- Sequential numbering. Add page numbers, Bates numbers, and other kinds of sequential numbers to pages or imposed sheets. Flexible numbering scheme: you can specify increment, you can repeat numbers, you can skip pages. You can also include letters, punctuation marks, and special characters in your numbering scheme.
- Tiling. Split pages into multiple pages, or "tiles."
- Modify whitespace at margins. Add or remove whitespace on some or all edges of page.
- Re-position text & graphics on page. Move the text & graphics on page up, down, left, or right.
- Rotate pages. You can rotate pages to any degree (not just 90-180-270).
- Re-order pages. Reverse page order, user-specified re-ordering, more.
- Odd/even page management. Handle odd and even pages separately.
- Insert pages. Insert blank pages; specify their dimensions. Also insert pages from a PDF file.
- Add backgrounds. Use custom backgrounds for watermarks, printer's marks, color bars, etc,
- Add PDF files as graphics. When you add a PDF file as a graphic, you can manipulate it (scale, rotate, etc.).
- Text stamping. Add arbitrary text. Add variable text such as filename, date and time, page count.
- Mask out text & graphics. Draw a rectangle with your mouse to create a white box that obscures whatever is "underneath" or "behind" the rectangle.
- Add printer's marks. Add crop marks, registration marks, etc.
- Automation sequences (macros). Save a sequence of commands to use again for future impositions.
- Manage bleeds. Define bleeds; impose pages with artwork that overruns the printing edge (designed to be trimmed later).
- Handle PDF/X. Checks the PDF/X status of a PDF file and preserves the PDF/X data (if any) in the imposition. PDF/X-1a, PDF/X-3, PDF/X-4, and PDF/X-5 are supported.