Quark Print Collections full review
Imposer for both XPress and Acrobat gives you a range of different impositions from two to eight-up, so that if you put a 16pg booklet together it automatically generates two eight-up sheets, one each for the front and back sides. You can specify saddle stitching, perfect binding, or no binding, and it will change the layout accordingly. You can also set up the margins and gaps to control the differing amounts of trim and bleed.
MarkIt lets you build up customised sets of printer’s marks from a selection of targets as well as colour and grey bars.
Item Marks has a number of useful tools including crops, bleed and margin marks plus guides and dimension arrows. There are also registration marks, colour bars and text slugs.