let’s assume I have say a dozen systems, distributed across several pages. I’d like to have each system (a ‘line’ so to say) as an individual image file. All should be in the same format, or at least close, at least at a consistent width, with minimal padding.
One approach is printing each page as image files, and using an image program, to cut and paste all systems in, say, a dozen individual image files. That will work, but due to manual selection, width will vary more than necessary.
A second approach is: defining a dedicated layout (DL), set its Page Size (Layout Options), do some rework on the Masterpages in Engrave for DL, especially delete all textframes, tokens etc., and finally print those. The result is the right amount of image files.
HOWEVER, there is too much padding left to all 4 sides. I tried adjusting Paddings (Layout Options), but results are somewhat unpredictable to me. In other words, I expected a kind of paper strip per system, but it’s more like the format of a postcard from the padding.
So, what’s the best and most consistent way to do it, to obtain equal width and almost no padding?
Thanks + best regards, Michael