[Scribus] OO Writer
Sun Oct 15 03:54:18 CEST 2006
ps2pdf13 is my friend! That is the opensource equivalent of distiller.
BTW, did you know Linux was started in 1971 solely to help AT&T publish
their documents! Of course Linux has the right tools... just knowing what
to use! ps2pdf13 -dPDFX does the trick.
Thanks for the feedback,
On 10/14/06, Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> wrote:
> Tim Jowers wrote:
> > Hello,
> > I'm looking for some help with creating a PDF. Trying to publish via
> > LuLu. They need an Adobe-compatible PDF. Tried with 50 page dummy PDF
> > from Scribus. 1.4 PDF. Good. Works. Tried with PDF from OO Writer.
> > Bad. Fonts are not embedded. Also .ps from OO writer failed processing
> > at LuLu.
> > So I hoped to go OpenOffice.org Writer -> Scribus -> PDF -> LuLu.
> > No joy. Can anyone tell me how I might could "Get Text" (right click
> > option) for a 412 page file? Right now my option seems to be to create
> > 412 smaller files and do one at a time. And then re-place the 70 or so
> > images and the charts.
> > The book is at http://www.serviza.com/bizbook/SoftwareIsFree59.odt or
> > http://www.serviza.com/SoftwareIsFree-ForBusiness.pdf
> The short answer is that you're talking about a mountain of work to
> import into Scribus after already creating a 412 page book, though it's
> Check this thread:
> which talks about using Distiller to make your project acceptable by Lulu.
> Also, at some point check out the tutorial on the Wiki:
> which may in the future help you organize the task of using oowriter and
> Scribus. Organization from the get-go is going to be the key to
> simplifying the process.
> BTW, I scanned through your PDF, not so much for content, but I like the
> nice, clean look.
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