Quite Imposing is a family of plug-ins for Adobe’s Acrobat
Version: 2.0cQuite Imposing is a family of plug-ins for Adobe's Acrobat 4.0, 5.0, 6.0 and 7.0.
License: Free To Try $450.00
Operating System: Mac OS X
Create booklets or arranging complex imposition layouts has never been easier and all without leaving Acrobat!
Quick to learn and easy to use, our imposition products give immediate results without need for expensive training or complicated job set ups.
Here are some key features of "Quite Imposing":
· Create booklets - Create 2-up booklets from any PDF file. The result is a PDF document ready for printing.
· N-up pages - Arrange consecutive pages on a larger sheet e.g. 2 x 2. Can add margins, crop marks, frames. Can arrange onto a background PDF file. Not duplicates of the same page - see Step And Repeat, in features of Quite Imposing Plus, below
· N-up Centering - And now.. new in version 2.0. the resulting page can be centered.
· Trim and shift - Trim from the edge of pages; or add space at the edge of pages; or shift the contents of pages by a fixed or variable amount. Also shift for "creep" in a folded booklet.
· Shuffle pages for imposing - Rearrange pages to any order by defining a simple rule. Easily shuffle for a cut stacks imposition, now as a standard selection.
· Shuffle even/odd - Process even and odd pages separately. Can split into separate files, and merge together.
· Shuffle Assistant - New in version 2.0. Let the Shuffle Assistant work out the correct rule for the most common signatures, saddle stitched, perfect bound or cut stacks.
· Reverse pages - Reverses order of pages
· Insert blank pages - Inserts blank pages or creates a blank document
· Impose Annotations and form fields - New in version 2.0. An option in Preferences to decide whether form fields and annotions are discarded or converted to part of the imposition.
· Create sample document - Useful for testing imposition
· Control panel - Easy access to all functions.
· Preferences - Define background templates containing printers marks etc.
· The limitations of Quite Imposing are mostly those of the current releases of Acrobat.