You can create, edit, and delete custom imposition layouts in the Print Preview window. When creating an imposition layout it is useful to have a "folding dummy." A folding dummy is a sheet of paper that you have folded and labeled where your document pages should appear. If you send a print job to a service bureau or commercial printer, they may provide a folding dummy for your print job. If you create, edit, or delete a custom imposition layout, keep in mind the following terminology:
• A Document Page is sometimes called a "page." This is one page in a document file, what the reader views as a single file.
• A Signature is one sheet as printed by the press or output device, that contains several pages from a document. A signature may be cut, folded, and possibly bound, to form a final document.
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