Allows to insert pages into imposition virtually from any PDF document created on MAC or PC as a PostScript file and distilled to PDF format. PdfOrganizer allows to import an EPSF, TIFF or JPEG file automatically converted into PDF XObject
Hierarchical structure of Page List. Allows to insert any selection of source pages from attached input documents. Selected pages can be entered in any sequence, can be repeated or mixed with pages from other documents or just with empty pages. The pages can be grouped together. A group of pages provides a powerful way of changing the page parameters.
Within a group you can:
change the scale or orientation of source pages
crop source pages for odd and even pages separately
add or remove additional margins around cropped pages - differently for odd and even pages
repeat sequence of pages which appear in the group
Pages from page list are inserted into imposition layout based on signature template. A signature template defines imposition layout, gutters between pages, folding and cutting markers, all color calibration and text markers necessary for press. An imposition layout can be selected from predefined templates or defined based on the way press sheet is folded and collected for finishing. PdfOrganizer provides signatures for labels (both single and double sided) and folded documents for perfect bound or stitched finishing. For stitched documents the program provides adjustment for creeping gutters
At every step it is possible to preview and inspect the source pages from any page group, from the Page List or selected output plate. The program uses Adobe(r) Acrobat Reader(tm) or Adobe(r) Acrobat Exchange(tm) to render the preview using ActiveX or OLE automation technique. When used with Adobe Acrobat Exchange the preview option allows to measure, zoom and pane previewed objects. All or selected plates with imposed pages can be saved as a new PDF document or converted to PostScript with Acrobat Reader or Exchange
PdfOrganizer supports OPI comments which are preserved when transferring pages from source document into imposition plate
OK, so you want to stamp your document. Maybe you need to give reviewers some advice about the document's status or sensitivity. This tip from author Ted Padova demonstrates how to add stamps with the Stamp Tool along with related comments.