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Old November 2nd, 2016, 08:57 AM
modernartsetup modernartsetup is offline
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I gotta say - I feel your pain. Setting up calendars is a royal pain in the ass- I don't think it would be too much to ask to add this imposition option into the program.

Actually, a better option would be if Fusion Pro allowed you to 'set' the rotated pages so that they stay rotated when you go to impose them.

Until then, we're out of luck I guess!
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Old November 2nd, 2016, 10:32 AM
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I gotta say - I feel your pain. Setting up calendars is a royal pain in the ass- I don't think it would be too much to ask to add this imposition option into the program.

Actually, a better option would be if Fusion Pro allowed you to 'set' the rotated pages so that they stay rotated when you go to impose them.

Until then, we're out of luck I guess!
There are tools to permanently rotate pages in a PDF file. If Acrobat's Tools > Pages > Rotate isn't working for you, PitStop's > Manual Editing (Enfocus Inspector) > Position > Edit Page Boxes > Actions > Apply Page Rotation Options definitely works. Quite Imposing Page Tools also works.

It would be easier if the original design file were set up properly though. For example, rotate the content 180° on the page in the InDesign file and Rotate the Spread View so you can read it.
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