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2 Comments

Antonio Aristóteles Bastos

I got Callas from QuarkXpress. I do not use imposing, I developed a system to print large formats on loose leafs. But I just had a special order and I need to print a book in a tabloid format: 320 x 330mm on a 320 x 660 mm paper folded in half. Is it possible to do it with Callas?
I tried a while but some problems emerged: only 4 pages (from 16) were imported; as I try to set the format for 320 x 660, prevíews of the pages disappear… and I just can't go any far.
Imposition software for "large formats", anything over 500x500mm, are very expensive and I do not expect to use this on a regular basis and they are not cheap.
Can you sort this out?
Sincerely,
Aristóteles.

Author callas software

Hello Aristóteles,
the impose engine is quite flexible regarind sizes of sheets, so imposing such a book should not be a problem. Have you tried the "Booklet" functionality? This Switchboard Action should to the job.
I transferred your request to our internal ticket system (you should already received a confirmation by eMail). A colleague will contact you shortly to assist you.
Best regards,
Marc

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