N–Up Imposition Layout
N–Up layout is probably the simplest one, pages go on the sheet from left to right and from top to bottom:
You can enable N–Up layout both in Standalone and Acrobat versions of Imposition Wizard using the Layout drop–down list at the Layout tab:
The pages are arranged into the grid that you control using the Layout panel at the right.
Configuring Pages Grid
At the top of the right panel you can configure the gaps between pages:
You can enter multiple numbers separated by spaces to configure complex and flexible gaps. Read more about the gaps here.
At the bottom you can configure the grid itself. Here we reduced the number of columns to 1:
You may see that Imposition Wizard updated preview to show 2–Up imposition instead of 4–Up. Read more about the pages grid here.
Duplex Printing Support
You might notice that pages run continuously on both even and odd sheets and this order is not perfect for duplex printing. In order to fix that you need to check the Enable duplex printing option at the Sheet tab of the right panel:
This way every second page goes right at the back of the previous one and so on. The document is now ready for duplex printing.
You can read more about duplex printing here.
More Imposition Wizard Tutorials
- Installation — how to install Imposition Wizard;
- License Activation — how to activate Imposition Wizard with a license key.
- User Interface — how to run Imposition Wizard and make the first steps;
- Pages Grid — how pages are placed across the sheets in Imposition Wizard;
- Presets — how to save and re–use imposition layouts.
- N–Up — a very simple, yet customizable layout;
- Step and Repeat — perfect layout for business cards;
- Cut Stack — flexible layout with pages flow options;
- Booklet — lots of options for fine–tuning the imposition process;
- Shuffle — manual imposition mode where you control the flow.
- Source Panel — overriding trim box and bleeds, pages scaling;
- Page Gaps — configuring gaps between pages;
- Sheet Panel — output sheet size, content position and more;
- Duplex Printing — duplex printing support;
- Registration Marks — adding marks, custom texts etc.
- Basic Imposition — a basic example of how to impose using command line.