Download Macintosh software
Quite Imposing or Quite Imposing Plus V3 for Macintosh
1. Make sure you have what you need
You should be running Acrobat 7.0/8.0/9.0/10.0/11.0 Professional or 7.0 Standard on a compatible Mac OS system. This version is not compatible with Acrobat DC.
2. Download the software
You can download and use Quite Imposing or Quite Imposing Plus. This is the full software, but unless you previously purchased it, it will work for you in a demonstration mode. The main effect of this is that all your imposed pages will be marked with a large X. You can still print your imposed pages to fully test the software.
- Quite Imposing for Macintosh - qi3_en.dmg. Version 3.0k, uploaded 4 Nov 2014
- Quite Imposing Plus for Macintosh - qiplus3_en.dmg. Version 3.0k, uploaded 4 Nov 2014
If you have previously purchased or downloaded any earlier version since 3.0, you can install this new version over the top of the old; licensing information is preserved. If you have a license for version 1 or version 2, you may need to purchase an upgrade.
3. Run the installerIn the folder with the plug-ins you should also see Install Quite Plugins. Simply double click on this to install your plug-ins. The installer will try to locate your copy of Acrobat, but if it fails you can click the Browse button to locate it yourself.
If you don't seem to have an Install Quite Plugins file yet, you should read our instructions on installing software from a DMG file.
4. Start Acrobat
If all is well, you will now have a new menu item Plug-ins > Quite Imposing 3 > Imposition control panel, or Plug-ins > Quite Imposing Plus 3 > Imposition control panel. Select this and you should see a window About Quite Imposing. Click OK to start working, or click Guide to start reading the online guide.
Removing the plug-inRe-run the installer, and you can choose to uninstall.
Upgrading between versions of Acrobat
When you install a new version of Acrobat, the location of plug-ins will be different, will need to reinstall the plug-in.