Quite Imposing Plus 3

Quite Software, developers of Innovative PDF Solutions worldwide announced today the release of QUITE IMPOSING PLUS 3.

 

Quite Software has worked directly with their Customers to focus on the enhancements they needed and wanted. There are many exciting New Features and Updates to help you work more quickly and efficiently.

 

Key New Features:

• Full support for the new Acrobat X (10.0) version

• Tile (split) pages into multiple separate pages, or split only spreads (e.g. in PDFs made using new mixed-size feature in InDesign CS5) (Tile Pages)

• Easily duplicate pages, with or without collation, without large increases in file size (Page Tools)

• Scale pages equally or anamorphically (change shape), or use crop/add white space to resize; keep bleed when resizing (Adjust Page Sizes)

• Mirror alignment on back of sheets (e.g. top left on front, top right on back) (N-Up and Step & Repeat)

• Number pages in more flexible ways e.g. 10,10,20,20 or 5,10,20,30, or number every fifth page (Stick on Text and Numbers)

• Add variable data on pages or sheets, such as page count, file name, date and time, document title (Stick on Text and Numbers)

• Insert pages from a file, with the option of duplicating pages as they are inserted (Insert Pages)

• Fix orientation – quickly deal with a document that has a mixture of tall and wide (portrait and landscape) pages through automatic selective rotation. (PageTools)

• Conditionally add pages from file or blank pages to meet a page count or signature size; add pages for right to left reading such as Hebrew books; insert pages relative to last (Insert Pages)

• Use creep more easily by specifying paper thickness in Creep Assistant (Trim & Shift)

• Set up layouts in Shuffle Assistant which repeat pages, such as rotated step & repeat, or which repeat over more sheets, or are up to 8 x 8 (Shuffle Pages)

• Work more efficiently working in Manual Imposition thanks to unlimited Undo button (Manual Imposition)

• Get more flexibility using custom crop marks in Manual Imposition

• Work faster as duplicating pages may be much faster, and processing large documents on Mac OSX

• Set up more complex automated sequences by conditionally adding blank pages or pages from files (Insert Pages); duplicating, rotating, deleting or moving pages (page tools); adding fields such as date or file name (Add Text and Numbers); setting up page ranges relative to the page count (many commands); adding Manual Imposition steps

• Duplicate automation sequences easily

• Work with PDF/X-4 and PDF/X-5 files

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