[Scribus] Wordprocessor -> Scribus - but somewhat difficult
Wed Jun 27 04:26:51 CEST 2007
I have tried to use it this way in the past, but only because Microsoft Office was not installed on the computer I was using. Though frustrating initially, after one gets the hang of it, it proves to be more productive than Microsoft Office, especially if you're working on a document that involves pictures - a sort of creative paper. I've been using scribus ever since when I'm embarking on a new "creative" paper. In my opinion, it definitely gives it an edge.
> Date: Tue, 26 Jun 2007 20:38:00 -0400> From: gpittman at iglou.com> To: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de> Subject: Re: [Scribus] Wordprocessor -> Scribus - but somewhat difficult> > Thomas Zastrow wrote:> > John R. Culleton schrieb:> >> > <snip />> > > >> > >> > >> > >>> Feel free to add a section about typesetting engines to the wiki -> >>> beside TeX, I would also suggest XSL FO ....> >>>> >>> > >>> > >> Don't know that program. I'll look it up.> >> > >> > > I would like to give you a suggestion regarding XSL-FO:> >> >> > http://www.thomas-zastrow.de/st/> >> > > One could probably also set up Scribus to work this way -- there is no > layout in the usual sense, just more or less turning a web page-like > layout into PDF.> Having said that, I don't know why anyone would want to use Scribus in > this way. It's sort of the reverse of the question we get asked about > converting a Scribus doc to a web page.> > Greg> _______________________________________________> Scribus mailing list> Scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de> http://nashi.altmuehlnet.de/mailman/listinfo/scribus
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