Free Imposition Software

Started by Rodi, April 04, 2024, 01:29:16 PM

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So I read about this this morning on What They Think and thought it could be good for some folks here.

You have to sign up with a business email (my yahoo mail would not suffice, but my Zohomail did) and they send you a link which I have yet to get, but I am excited about a new tool that can help.

Have Fun!
Gabba Gabba Hey



I couldn't get the form to work (on my iPad). The button did nothing.

It says to install the app from the Windows store and only the license number will come via email. Is the imposition software exclusive only for packaging? Or will it work for digital?
"There's been a lot of research recently on how hard it is to dislodge an impression once it's been implanted in someone's mind. (This is why political attack ads don't have to be true to be effective. The other side can point out their inaccuracies, but the voter's mind privileges the memory of the original accusation, which was juicier than any counterargument ever could be.)"
― Johnny Carson

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Looks like it will work with digital.

I just got the license key, and fargin work got in the way of checking it out.

Looks pretty nice though.
Gabba Gabba Hey


It goes all the way 28 x 40.

Gotta see about custom size sheets and if it will dutch.
Gabba Gabba Hey



Sorry, its for sales/quotation. No way to make a PDF work!

Gabba Gabba Hey


Yeah, took me a bit to figure that out. Doesn't let you export anything...only for on-screen viewing for estimators to quickly see how many will fit on a press sheet.


Quote from: Rodi on April 08, 2024, 10:35:40 AMNah,

Sorry, its for sales/quotation. No way to make a PDF work!

:)) Ahhhhh, the value of "free" strikes again!
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