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Old 15-02-2007, 23:30
Jeff Harrison
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Default Multi-importer macro

Maybe something like the attached would be useful? I conceived it for folks who want to create only one set of CMYK plates for multiple orders of business cards.

I have no coding, this image only.

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Jeff, are you looking for coders? The main problem I see here is, how to set the resulting page up. This would depend greatly on the output device capabilities. Maybe the best way would be to give options for X(N-up) x Y(N-up) and give gutter and spacing options like Alex's CropMarks macro. Maybe you could use that macro and extend it to incorporate your new ideas.
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Old 16-02-2007, 13:58
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Hi Sean,

Thanks for your interest.

The idea was to create a new multi-page document, then use Draw's usual impositioning to set up for whatever device to be used.

So, after running the macro, the user would find themselves with a new multipage doc.

But... I think I'll drop this idea for two reasons;

1. Only very busy shops would use this. This kind of setup can still be done manually anyway with cut and paste.

2. Card orientation and bleeding are a serious factor.

Oh well, just throwing out a dream. :-)

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