Manage the product run-list pages in the Pages List in the Pages view, and immediately preview a page that you select in the list.
Note: For gang-only jobs, you add the PDF file pages to the Files list and then work directly in the Press Runs view. You do not set up a Pages List.
Double-click or drag the icon, and in the dialog box that appears, select the product, name the placeholder, and specify the page count and position in the list.
The new placeholder file and file pages also appear in the Files list.
Add Blank Pages
To insert a single blank page: Drag the icon to a specific run-list position, or drag it onto a page to replace the page.
To drag a specific number of blank pages: Press and hold Option/Alt as you drag the icon, specify the page count in a pop-up dialog box, and drop the pages at an insertion point.
To add multiple blank pages at a specific location: Double-click the icon, and in the dialog box that appears, select the product, and specify the page count and position in the list.
Lists the standard folio sets that are provided with the software and any common folio resources that you add.
Note: These folios are for reference only. Page lists can be ordered only by product or page numbers.
Select a folio set to auto-apply to the page list, based on the binding style, or select User-defined to edit the page folios directly in the list.
To ignore the binding style and apply sequential numbers from front to back, select 1, 2, 3...
Sequentially increments and applies the alphanumeric or roman numeric folio of the currently selected page to the remaining page rows in the list. You can use this tool in the Folio column.
Copies the selected cell text into the remaining page rows. You can use this tool in the Folio, Planned Colors, and Notes columns.
C, M, Y, K Throughout
Sets the Planned Color of the page list to CMYK. You can also edit this value for individual pages.
Sets the Planned Color of the page list to black. You can also edit this value for individual pages.
- Product: For each product, lists all of its pages in Run List order, from the front to the back of the product. The Part Page column shows the part page numbers that occupy each run-list position.
- Part: For each product, lists the pages per part in Part Page order, in collapsible tree lists. The Run List column shows the run-list positions that each part page occupies.
Tip: Drag the column edges to adjust their widths. Drag the column headers to rearrange the columns.
Displays the page numbers according to their position within a part, and indicates whether each page is assigned to a press run. The presentation of this list depends on your current View by selection:
- By Part: Part Page is the first column and provides a collapsible tree view of product names, part names, and the pages, numbered according to their position in the part.
- By Product: Run List is the first column, and each page number is described by its part name.
Double-click this cell and select a common folio resource from the list, or double-click and edit the value. You can use the Increment or Repeat tools to apply your folio to the remaining pages in the list.
Note: If you insert new pages between pages with incremented folios, reapply the selected folio set or manually edit the folios to reflect the correct sequence.
Defines the reader sequence of the pages in one product, from front to back. You cannot edit the auto-assigned run-list numbers. When you view the Pages List by product, the Run List column is the first column.
Displays the editable placeholder name or the non-editable PDF file name of the content page. For placeholder pages, you can double-click and edit the value.
Double-click this cell and select a common color resource from the list, or type a descriptor to serve as a placeholder for the actual expected color. When the actual color is updated, you can check for discrepancies and resolve or ignore them, as needed.
The list includes the standard CMYK process colors, standard coatings, your pre-defined common color resources, and any custom colors that are used in this job.
You can use the Repeat tool to apply your color selection to the remaining pages in the list.
Press Shift and click to select multiple items from the list, and use a comma to separate multiple values.
Displays the actual colors that are provided by the input file, which are updated whenever a color is mapped to another color separation in the Press Runs view
Type or view a note.