[Scribus] Updating text boxes
Tue Jan 9 11:31:48 CET 2007
Say you need a persistent layout of a kind you only need to define
exactly one masterPage
and use it on the (set of) Pages in your layout.
MasterPages are not printed nor saved in exported docs (like pdf),
their only function is to provide samples.
You may always change the content or layout of a masterPage. The
changes will always be applied to any Page
(in layout) to which the masterPage is connected to.
First Step should be to define and layout MasterPages (a masterPage)
Second Step - create as much Pages as you like in your doc
Third - connect the MasterPages to as many Pages as you like (the
layout from the MasterPage will now be "copied" to)
Fourth - change the content of the masterPage and the changes will
automatically be applied to all pages to witch the masterPage belong
Don't know if I am clear or not, but I hope this might be of some help.
Am 09.01.2007 um 09:58 schrieb Ralph A. Volpi:
> Thank you for your answer, but I have tried to copy a text box
> containing information from a one master page to another. Perhaps I was
> not clear enough, what I want is to have one set of Master Pages that I
> can use from month to month, and therefore I need to be able to CHANGE
> in information in the text box on the cover page and have the
> information CHANGE in all the other pages. I tested this in Scribus and
> it does not seem to work for me. What am I doing wrong?
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