brochure Three types of imposition
Booklet Types You can choose from three types of imposition: double saddle stitching, double wireless binding and flattening. Double-Riding Set to create double-page, page-by-page computer across pages. These computers span pages for duplex printing, collating, folding and binding. InDesign adds a blank page to the end of the document as needed. When "Double Riding" is selected, the "Spacing between pages", "Bleeding between pages" and "Signature size" options will be grayed out. "Print Booklet" uses the page according to the "Staple" setting. If the document has a "right-to-left binding" setting, the "Print Booklet" will use the page accordingly. Select "File"> "Document Settings" to view the "Staple" setting for the document. Create double-page, page-by-page printers across pages, which are suitable for specifying signature sizes. These printers span pages for duplex printing, cutting and binding to a cover with adhesive.
If the number of pages to be imprinted can not be divisible by signature size, InDesign adds a blank page to the end of the document as needed. If the cover of the booklet is colored and the contents are black and white, two separate imposition files can be created from the same document: one for the cover, the second, the third and the back cover; one for the pamphlet 24 page. To generate a color signature, click Scope in the Page area of the Settings area and type 1-2, 27-28 (or any other chapter page number). To generate black and white content, type 3-26 in the Scope text box. Create a two-page, three-page, or four-page panel that is suitable for folding brochures or brochures. When "Flatten" option is selected, "Bleeding between pages", "Crawl" and "Signature size" will be grayed out. For example, if you want to create a printer across pages for a traditional six-sided three-page booklet, select Triple. In the past can only be set to three with three columns with a single page. With InDesign imposition, you can simply create a page for each panel size. You can change the following options in the Settings area of the Print Booklet dialog box. The spacing between pages specifies the gap between the pages (left side of the page on the right and the right side of the page). You can specify the "Distance between pages" values for all booklet types except for "riding nails". For wireless binding documents, if you are crawling (using negative values), the minimum "spacing between pages" is the width of the "climb out" value. If you create a signature manually (for example, when there are different materials in the same document), you can enter a "page spacing" value to specify a start crawl value for a page that belongs to a different signature. The bleeding between pages is specified to allow the page element to occupy the size of the gap between the pages of the "wireless binding" printer across the page style. (This option is sometimes referred to as internal bleeding.) This field accepts values between 0 and "page spacing". This option can only be specified when "Dual Wireless Binding" is selected.