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    Cut And Stack

    Quote Originally Posted by Angen View Post
    Could you help me whit something i can't find to do in Bartender?
    I need to print in groups not tradicional sorting like "1,2,3,4...".
    I need, for example, "1,2001,4001" so make it easyer for final cut.
    I thinks Your Talking About Cut & Stack. It's Possible to do in Bartender but bit Difficult. There is no Automatic Option in Bartender You have to do it in manually from the Database file

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    Smile My 2 cents

    I've been doing prepress for Indigo the last 7 years, and have come to take Smart Stream Designer (previously known as "Yours Truly") for granted.

    Looking past it's shortcomings, it's a very powerful plug-in for InDesign both for variable data and imposition. The rules-programming makes for some cool variable data.
    The free version can only handle up to 50 records (I think) after the initial 90 days of trial.

    Printshop Mail can do some of the same things but is not very precise in the setup and has very limited imposition capabilities. I use it for making templates for the web-2-print version called Printshop Web Suite.

    Indesigns Merge function makes it possible to use all the filters and advanced typographical/graphic function in the variable data. But a large job with a lot of records will make a VERY heavy document. Can be very useful in RIP's that support "Master" and "Slave" merging (a static document/page gets the variable data put on top from the light document that contains a page of each record).

    A [k] version of smartstream designer would be my number one choice....

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    Thumbs up Smartstream (Mac)

    I've been using HP Smartstream for a couple of weeks and it's powerfull. We don't have a server to proces large data bases yet, but this program can output in PDF format in a very ligth way (i'v done files about 18000 rows a time).
    Recomended! (i'm using a mac trial by now, can anybody post a (K)?)

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    use coreldraw to print vdp or u can use fusionpro "u can buy it or lookfor a parch

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    PrintShop Mail

    Print shop mail is very easy to use for VDP!

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    Seagul Bartender & Print Shop Mail

    Print Shop Mail is easy to VDP soft, Seagul Bartender that's ok too

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    XMpie is the best choice for Xerox users!

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    Wasatch is ideal for me for VDP. Give it a go, its great.

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    Talking Big thanks!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Geppo1982 View Post
    InDesign has some powerful options to manage variable data. Read more info here: [URL="http://help.adobe.com/en_US/indesign/cs/using/WSa285fff53dea4f8617383751001ea8cb3f-6c3ca.html"]link[/URL].
    I am new to VDP processing field other than just designing resource files... this link gave me lots of information so I can try myself out !!
    Big Thanks!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kooldog View Post
    I am new to VDP processing field other than just designing resource files... this link gave me lots of information so I can try myself out !!
    Big Thanks!!!
    Yes, it is. Welcome to the forum...

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    unless your doing allot of VDP regular indesign should suit your needs

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    muy chulas las fotos de la manzana

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    I think PrintShop Mail; but need Postscript Printer

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    if there are not many data, and InDesign comes with an option to combine data, make a pdf and then ride in the preps for you to enter the maximum potential spread, then the hp InDesign plugin can also export to pdf .. . that would sell for you too.

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    XMPie! Integrated to indesign, very good choose!

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