Print runs of large documents are often broken down into 'sets'.
|•||Define a field with the Action 'start a new set' (see Setting field actions) to break the document into sets.|
Sets may be 'jog offset', i.e. sets of pages are stacked alternately a finger-width to the left or right in a printer's output bin. This makes it easier to pick up each set separately from a bin.
|•||To engage jog offset action, select Jog offsetting.|
Some printers can also staple a set of pages together.
|•||To engage stapling, just select Stapling.|
The Staple command and Staple details edit boxes are normally left blank, but custom settings (typically printer-specific) may be entered by specialists.