Sheet panel is the third panel at the right in Imposition Wizard and it lets you specify the output sheet size, pages block position, and duplex printing parameters:
At the top of the panel goes sheet size selector. There you can select a preset or manually specify the width and height of the output sheet. There is also a button for swapping width and height of the sheet.
Then goes the content placement block and finally — the block of duplex printing parameters.
There are three types of content placement in Imposition Wizard:
- Centered — the page block is positioned at the center of the sheet;
- Manual — the page block is positioned at the top left corner of the sheet;
- Minimal sheet — the sheet is cropped up to the page block dimensions.
For the first two modes Imposition Wizard provides horizontal and vertical offset parameters, so you can move the block from the initial position. For the last one Imposition Wizard provides Padding parameter that lets you add some space around the block of pages.
This section is mostly about the duplex printing support and described here in more details.
The only parameter that is not covered there is the Sheets order at the bottom of the panel that is self–explaining, as it defines the order of sheets in the output document. You can switch between normal and reversed orders, or put the fronts first.
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.