Depending on the context, many terms can be used for pages.
Pages being prepared for layouts
- PDF page
- placeholder page
- blank page
- part page
- run-list page
- Each file page in a job's Files list is either a PDF page or a placeholder page.
- In the Pages view, you create a product's run-list pages by adding PDF pages, blank pages, or placeholder pages to the Pages List.
- You can also sort a multi-part product's run-list pages by parts and part pages.
Pages being planned for layouts
- planned page
- low folio page
- In the Assembly view, you create planned pages when you specify a page count for a product, part, or section.
- Before you add a layout resource (fold pattern or template) to a press run or assembly, its pagination scheme defines a conceptual low folio page, which is page 1. When you create a new press-run section from a layout resource, the low folio page is occupied by the first page that flows into this section from the run list.
Pages in layouts
- content page
- template page
- imposition page
- ganged page
- independent page
- run-list page
- In the Press Runs view, each content page on a layout occupies the position that is defined by its corresponding template page.
- A template page can represent an imposition page or a ganged page:
- An imposition page is one page position within an even grid of same-size pages that will be folded together to form a book signature. Each imposition page respects the folds and bleeds of adjacent imposition pages.
- A ganged page is a page position in a flat-work layout that will not be folded and bound. Care must be taken to prevent content overlap with adjacent page content. Ganged pages can also be referred to as an independent page.
- Each content page on a press run represents an imposed run-list page or a ganged instance of a page from the Files list.