Quite Imposing is a family of plug-ins for Adobe’s Acrobat 7, 8, 9, "X" (10) and "XI" (11). They do...Imposing. This is all about combining pages onto larger sheets to make books, booklets, or special arrangements.

The family comprises Quite Imposing and its sister product, Quite Imposing Plus so creating booklets or arranging complex imposition layouts has never been easier and all without leaving Acrobat! (High end users who don't want to use Acrobat can use our hot folder product Quite HOT Imposing)

The man in our logo on the right is doing imposing as it used to be d - manually. This was a craftsmans task which required much expertise and skill behind it. Our modern imposition tools perform at the same level of skill and are quick to learn and easy to use. They give immediate results without need for expensive training or complicated job set ups. But if you do need a little help getting started just visit our support pages to see the variety of ways to get technical help.

A particularly important feature of the plug-ins is that the combined pages are a new PDF document, giving a way to check each sheet instantly, saving time and my.

Quite Imposing Plus has many more options from duplicating pages to adding dates or page numbers and a powerful feature for setting up impositions for playing with click.

Both plug-ins can also re-order pages, split or merge even and odd pages, and more. The most popular feature may be an easy to use booklet maker, which can make a foldable booklet from just about any PDF file. They both work completely visually in Acrobat, and you choose which files to print, save for later, or throw away.