> From: Marek Williams < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
"Duplex" is what I select when I want 2 sided printing from my
printer/copier... As far as I know, it has nothing to do with how many up
on a sheet print out.
It royally ticks me off that InDesign doesn't have this as a built in
feature like PageMaker does.
For really large books, I will pdf the document and place the pages in a new
InDesign document in full printer spreads. If I do have to make changes, I
make them in the original design file and just make sure the resulting pdf
has the same file name (archive the first pdf of course). When InDesign
reopens, I can update the links with nary a problem.
If you do this frequently, I suggest you create dummy pdfs (all they would
have is "page 1, page 2, etc." in the middle of each page) with your desired
number of pages and make your own imposed InDesign templates. That way when
you want to create an imposed document, open as a new file and replace with
your pdf of choice. The pages will update to the correct spread.
Dumb trick, but hey, even the simplest tricks are brilliant if they save you
Found a terminology list. Try here :)
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