The MPS Page Printer™ module for QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign allows you to output each page or spread of a document in EPS or PostScript format. For EPS output, users have the option of embedding fonts within the EPS files. For PostScript output, users have the option of creating PostScript disk files, or printing directly to a PostScript printer. The handy “Page Selection” dialog makes it easy to choose the pages or spreads you want to print, and the naming options give you control over the final output filename. Page Printer is a must-have for anyone working with third party imposition systems, or publishing PDF pages to the web.
Overview of Features
Following is a brief list of features that you will find in Page Printer.
• Save each page or spread of any QuarkXPress or Adobe InDesign document as a separate PostScript or EPS file.
• Supports all options included in the QuarkXPress “Save as EPS...” feature.
• Provides numerous options for
specifying how the resulting files should be named.
• Saves complete spreads in PostScript or EPS format.
• Download and embed PostScript font information with each EPS file. Supports Type 1 and True Type font embedding.
• Supports discontinuous page range selection.
• Provides a handy “Page Selection” dialog. Just click on the pages or spreads that you want to print and they are automatically added to the list.
• Provides separate options for handling single vs. multiple page documents.
Output Pages or Spreads in EPS or PostScript Format
Page Printer supports both EPS and PostScript output. The program supports discontinuous page range selection, and provides a handy interface that makes page selection a snap. Just click on the Pages button to select the pages or spreads you wish to print.
Embed Fonts in EPS Graphics
Page Printer can be used to download and embed Type 1 or True Type font information in EPS files as they are created. To download fonts with EPS graphics, just check the Download Fonts button on the Page Printer EPS dialog (shown below):
Page Printer supports all of the options available in QuarkXPress's “Save Page as EPS...” function, and also provides numerous options for specifying how the resulting disk files or print jobs are named. Just specify a base job name and a location to store the files, and Page Printer takes care of the rest. You can specify where to place the folio relative to the file name, and can also set up separate options for single vs. multiple page documents.
This tool is a must-have for anyone working with third party imposition systems, or publishing PDF pages to the web.
If you would like further info on our software products, please contact:
Meadows Publishing Solutions
(888) 983-6746 (toll-free, U.S. & Canada)
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