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    i use Apogee DocuBox Manager,it is easily to use

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    +1 for ApogeeX DocuBox Manager, it works with Acrobat X (win 7/8 x64, but unfortunately does not work with Acrobat XI on the same setup).

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    Geometria Agfa

    Quote Originally Posted by Kitaro View Post
    Hi there,

    what Software or PlugIn do you use to edit the Trimbox inside a PDF?
    What Acrobat-version do you use for that?

    I know:
    Pitstop of course: I'm personally not lucky with that if I compare that with the others.
    Kodak Geometry-Editor: freeware and my favorite, but sadly don't work in Acrobat XI and in international Acrobat X with some bugs
    Agfa Docubox-Manager: freeware and cool tool, too, comparible with Kodak
    Heidelberg PDF-Toolbox: very expansive and many more features

    At the moment I have some problems with these because of Acrobat-X and Acrobat-XI. So I'm interested, what you use for that or how do you handle this. Something wrong in my list? Any other ideas or solutions?

    Best regards
    Yo utilizo el geometria de agfa y no me da ningun problema funciona correctamente

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    I use Kodak Geometry

    Hello,

    I use Kodak Geometry Editor with Acrobat 9 on MAC platform - and it is stable and VERY USEFUL !

    Can you be more specific about the problem ?

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    I use Acrobat or Agfa DocuBox, and I like use Agfa Tools

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    I use acrobat x with pitstop and quite imp, i rarely come across any problems that cant be sorted with that. Although i only set up for Digital Print.

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    I am about to use AGFA . . .

    I am about to use AGFA (SCREEN) soon - so I believe I will have the option to try "Agfa DocuBox".

    I hope it will be "friendly" and stable like Kodak Geometry Editor.

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    Hi, i'am using xmf or pitstop 10. PitStop is very easy to use.

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    Acrobat has the function for defining crop and art sizes

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    use Pitstop and Esko NEO is working well

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitaro View Post
    Hi there,

    what Software or PlugIn do you use to edit the Trimbox inside a PDF?
    What Acrobat-version do you use for that?

    I know:
    Pitstop of course: I'm personally not lucky with that if I compare that with the others.
    Kodak Geometry-Editor: freeware and my favorite, but sadly don't work in Acrobat XI and in international Acrobat X with some bugs
    Agfa Docubox-Manager: freeware and cool tool, too, comparible with Kodak
    Heidelberg PDF-Toolbox: very expansive and many more features

    At the moment I have some problems with these because of Acrobat-X and Acrobat-XI. So I'm interested, what you use for that or how do you handle this. Something wrong in my list? Any other ideas or solutions?

    Best regards
    I Use acrobats internal tool for that. Of course you need either standard or professional version of acrobat.

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    I use Acrobat Pro (Tools>Pages>Crop). I've found that if the end objective is printing cropmarks in the appropriate location, set CropBox, ArtBox to 0, Bleed to the desired value, and TrimBox to a low value greater than 0 (such as 0.003). Otherwise, I've had cropmarks print at the edge of the bleed, rather than the finished size.

    P.S. For more complicated PDF edits, I use Enfocus PitStop Pro. :)

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    I use Pitstop, Quite Imposition on Acrobat X (Win7/32)

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    Thanks

    GGoogle it up

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    Quite Imposing 3.x/ Quite Hot Imposing 3.x: Define Bleeds

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