If you are printing signature booklets on more than one duplexing laser printer, create an imposition output process template for each printer. The settings in the process template are device-specific, so you cannot share imposition output process templates among several printers.
Because there is only one Windows Print Manager document for each signature booklet, you cannot load-balance the printing ofsignature booklet among several printers.
Note: Be sure to test each process template on its specified printer.
Match Colors in Page Content
Clear the check box. No input profiles are required.
Proof Process (Destination) profile
Select the output ICC profile as follows:
Select the paper size:
Max Width and Max Height
These options apply only if you are outputting directly to a printer.
The values you type in these boxes must match the laser printer's paper orientation (portrait or landscape).
This option applies only if you are outputting to a printer.
Match the laser printer's duplexing style as follows:
Center Along Width
Select this check box to center the page horizontally. This check box must be selected for the signature booklet to output correctly.
Center Along Height
Select this check box to center the page vertically. This check box must be selected for the signature booklet to output correctly.
Clear all options in this area.
Enable Signature Booklet
Select the check box to make the signature booklet options available.
Select how many pages will output on the sheet:
This list becomes available when you select 2-up from the Type list.
Select Left, Right, Top or Bottom.
Use and with Offset
Select Bleed Box or Trim Box.
Determines how much of the area around the page's bleed or trim box to include when printing. You can increase the offset amount to see the bleed area, gutters, imposition and page marks, and parts of neighboring imposed pages. Be sure the output sheet is large enough to accommodate both the pages and the bleed or trim offset amount.
This option applies only if you are outputting to a duplexing printer.
Adjust for the mechanical misalignment in the laser printer's unit. There are alignment test targets that you can run that measure how far off the front and back are from center. Use the Front X and Y and Back X and Y values to compensate for any misalignments. Select the units of measure in the list.
Identify the name and location of a PDF file containing the page marks. Click Browse to locate and select the marks file.
The variable mark
Select this check box to apply calibration curves to the marks. The calibration curve is set in the Calibration Curve list in the Calibration & Screening section.
Locate Page Marks Adjacent To
Select where to place the page marks in relation to the page's trim box.
When you select Right or Left, the page marks rotate as follows:
Place the page marks just outside the bleed box. Otherwise, the page mark may get associated with an adjoining page, or it may overprint onto another page.
You may need to increase the Use > Trim Box with offset amount to see the page marks.
Select a proofing job ticket processor (JTP).
Resolution X and Resolution Y
Select the output resolution for both the X (horizontal) and Y (vertical) axes.
Select the output type and specify its location:
Important: Do not select Submit as Multiple Print Job. If this check box is selected, the signature booklet will output one page at a time.
Use Prinergy-define File Naming
If outputting to a printer, select Use Prinergy-defined File Naming and keep the remaining options at their default settings.
Use Custom File Naming
If outputting to a file, do one of the following:
Exception: If you are outputting to single-page PDF files, you must select Use Custom File Naming and include the variable tag
Draw Trim and Bleed Marks
Select the On Content option.
Locate Crop Mark of Length
Type the length of the crop mark, and select the unit of measure from the list.
Type the distance of the crop mark from the trim box.
Select how you want the PDF files saved:
Important: If you select Single Page, include the variable tag