Quite Impose Custom Impose for Number Labels with screenshots and a free printable version. #QuiteImpose
Quite Impose Custom Impose for Number Labels
This is used for numbering labels! In this example they wanted 2,000 numbered labels.
Quite Imposing is a graphic design plug-in for Adobe Acrobat Pro to aid in making pdf files print-ready.
Stay tuned to the end for a FREE PRINTABLE version.
Be sure to download the label info from onlinelabels.com. It will tell you the actual size you need, margins, and pitches.
The example shown used N-Up since each label was different and used a counter number.
1. Insert # of pages for the # of labels you need, For example, 2,000 labels would need 2,000 pages inserted.
(This setting is for only n-up, labels are different). If you have the same just go to step and repeat with the single pdf file.
2. Tack on numbers, use the starting number, in this example, the starting number was 30039. For this one, I used Arial at 11 Points. I choose Center and used Horizontal 0 and Vertical at -.10.
For example, 2,000 labels would need 2,000 pages inserted.
3. I choose n-up with the advance settings and set it up using the table below.
Make sure you click on the advanced setting. I disabled crop marks for the labels, but if you need them check that box. (Do this on N-up or Step and Repeat)
4. Then I set it up using the info from the label specs from Online Labels, See below screenshot and spec sheet.
5. I choose 8 1/2×11 with 3 across and 10 down. Then Finish.
Or change sized based on the size. That also goes with how the labels are laid out.
Your settings may vary based on type of labels etc.
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