Head-to-Head Imposition

A form of back printing such that the top of the copy (or other printed image) on the back side of the sheet is the same as the top of the copy on the front side of the sheet, read simply by turning the page over, as the pages of a book. See also Head-to-Foot Imposition and Head-to-Side Imposition.

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