[scribus-dev] Feature Request - Save As (Individual Pages)

Gregory Pittman gpittman at iglou.com
Thu Sep 30 17:02:51 CEST 2010

On 09/30/2010 06:47 AM, Louis Desjardins wrote:
> 2010/9/29 Dale Beams <drbeams at hotmail.com <mailto:drbeams at hotmail.com>>
>     Is it possible to save back individual pages as *.sla from a master
>     document?  For example, in a 30 page document I'd like to save pages 2-5
>     as it's own *.sla.
>     This would be similar to the PDF export function where one gets to
>     choose what pages to export.
>     I'm making changes in a master document and want to save the changes
>     into individual documents archive purposes.
> I can see many uses for this feature. I am all for this. At this point,
> what you can do in most apps is make a copy with the "Save as" option,
> then delete the pages you don’t want, then save again. If we could only
> save (extract would be a better name for that menu, I think), the pages
> we need, it would be useful, yes.

What we do have right now, is the ability to save individual page PDFs, 
which can then be combined as desired, with pdftk, for example. Of 
course you can also complete this operation entirely with pdftk, by 
burst-ing the PDF then recombining. pdftk is worth getting to know, 
since it's quite useful.


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