Hi Lisa,

Yes, Bruce with Printable was very helpful. 

Note that choosing infinite stack does NOT appear to work. You have to set
stack size and chunk size.(Hopefully in a future update).

Bruce might chime in here with more specifics, but what he told me that
was helpful is:

As long as the stack size fits evenly in the chunk size you'll be ok. In
your case, with your db example, you have a 3 up imposition scheme so if
you set the stack size to be 100 and the chunk size at 300 you'll get 11
chunks with the last one containing 299 records. Or set the chunk size at
600 which gives 6 chunks with the last one containing 299 records. When
the stack size will not fit evenly in a chunk, the composition engine
chooses the stack size (data integrity) over chunk size."

Hope that helps!

p.s. I ended up having some other issues pertaining to keeping things
ordered for a presorted mailing list, but hopefully that won't be a
concern for you.

> Did you ever get an answer to this issue?  I'm working on a job where =
> I'm
> getting the exact same error you did and like you cannot figure out my
> problem!  It's an 11 x 17 piece so it's a 1 up imposition and no matter =
> what
> I try I can't get multiple files.=20

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