[Scribus] Tables in Scribus?
Thu Jan 8 13:12:51 CET 2004
VANEK Petr wrote
> > Jean v.Oertzen wrote
> > > Sorry, maybe this is a bloody noob question, but how can I realize
> > > tables with Scribus? Is there any wizard?
> > > Thank you for a short hint.
> > Create a table in OpenOffice.org Calc or Gnumeric, export it to
> > PDF/PostScript (both should be able to print selections),
> > convert PDF/PS
> > to EPS and insert in a Scribus document.
> that's imho just substitution than solution. ok, this is how we can do it
> but what when I want to have special colours in tab or same "feeling"
> in the whole document... we need something else...
I know ;-(
This is what we call hackaround here in ALTLinux :-)
Hopefully there will be new format in 1.3. I would like to see inheriting
idea of OpenOffice.org format concept (all in XML, XSL-FO for text, SVG
for vector graphicsm MathML for formulas -- all-in-one).
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