Custom Marks

Imposition Wizard lets you pace ad–hoc graphics next to imposed pages. It could be a custom printer mark or background graphics — anything. Simply put a PDF file to a special folder and use it in imposition layouts where needed.

To add a custom mark click the "+" button at the top of the “Marks” panel and select the “Custom Mark” option in the popup menu:

Adding custom mark in Imposition Wizard

The parameters of the custom mark are displayed on the right:

Custom Mark Images

Imposition Wizard comes with a single test custom mark displayed above, so you need to place your own images in order to use the feature.

Click the Open custom marks folder link at the bottom of the right panel to see the custom marks folder:

Opening custom marks folder

You can also click File → Useful Folders → Custom Marks item in the main menu of Imposition Wizard. A Finder or Explorer window will pop up with the custom marks folder. Copy your PDF files with custom marks there and restart Imposition Wizard. Then you will be able to select your files from the drop–down list of the Images parameter.

Size and Scaling

Imposition Wizard displays custom marks using their natural size, so if you need to adjust that — use the Scale parameter.

Background Artwork

To place the artwork under the pages, use a custom mark with the Place under pages option enabled. This sends the artwork to background and prints the pages on top of it.

More Imposition Wizard Tutorials

Installation

Basics

Layouts

Imposition Parameters

Registration Marks

Command Line