[Scribus] Layout issues ...
Tue Oct 24 22:38:31 CEST 2006
On Tuesday 24 October 2006 22:12, Chris Bergstresser wrote:
> On 10/24/06, Bill Harris <bill_harris at facilitatedsystems.com> wrote:
> > > First, I was thinking I could create a bunch of individual Scribus
> > > documents, each consisting of a single index card. But I wasn't sure
> > > there would be an easy way to combine all these individual documents
> > > into a single one for printing. That is, once I have 300+ files, I
> > > would need to combine them into larger aggregates (4 to a sheet for
> > > 8.5x11 paper, more for a poster). I could just create a 6x10 document
> > > with four of them on it, but then I couldn't easily change it for
> > > larger sizes. Is there a better way of doing this?
> > While I don't know if it would meet your needs, I usually use pdftk
> > (http://www.accesspdf.com/pdftk/)
> It doesn't look like pdftk allows you to combine separate pdf
> documents into a single larger page size. That is, I need to take
> something like this:
> doc1: Af_|_Ab
> doc2: Bf_|_Bb
> doc3: Cf_|_Cb
> ... and create a single document like this:
> doc1: AfBf_|_BbAb
> > or perhaps the LaTeX pdfpages.sty when
> > I have to merge PDF documents together.
> Yeah, but if I have to do it in LaTeX, I could just layout the whole
> document in LaTeX. I was hoping to avoid doing that.
> -- Chris
A simpler solution might just be group and then multiple duplicate?
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