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Library: Creative Design


Get better results in print by imposing documents with InBooklet SE

Added on Monday 15th of February 2010 03:56 am EST


When you create a new InDesign document, pages are arranged the way you expect to see them in print. As shown in FIGURE A on the left, this arrangement is called reader’s spreads. Before documents are printed, however, they may need to undergo a transformation called imposition. The result, as shown in FIGURE A on the right, are printer’s spreads. This arrangement ensures that the pages appear in proper order and orientation after the document is printed and finished. We’ll show you how to use the InBooklet SE plug-in to prepare your InDesign documents for printing.

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Imposition is the final task prior to printing a document. To begin, choose File > InBooklet SE in your open InDesign document.

With InBooklet SE, the extent of your control lies in specifying which pages you want to impose and how. You begin by setting the options on the Layout panel in the InBookle...