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Topic: imposition (Read 931 times) previous topic - next topic

imposition

How do you impose two different types of products in one apogee 9 job? I have an 8.5x11 brochure I want to gang with a 12 pg 5.5x8.5 book, but I can't figure out how to put an unbound flat double sided piece as a different part with a saddle stitched product.

Re: imposition

Reply #1
It's been a loooooong time since I used apogee but I used preps and add independent page in order to do something like this.
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Reply #2
sooo, what I ended  up doing was making all the pages double-sided flat pieces. Then after apogee did whatever it wanted, I dragged the pages around and fixed all the gutters and gaps and bleeds so it would print right. I'd still like to know if there's an easier way.

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Reply #3
In Apogee there is no way to combine a Bound product with an Unbound product. The best you can do is fake it like you did, or do a series of Unbound Folded products as 4pagers for the book portion.
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