[scribus] Creating a booklet from PowerPoint (or OpenOffice equivalent) presentation
Mads Boserup Lauritsen
info at bola-arq.dk
Tue Jul 21 08:45:59 CEST 2009
Regarding the other tips you could also use www.pdfsam.org , written in
java, in works on both Linux and Windows platform, and it is capable of
rotating eg. all even pages.
Mads Boserup Lauritsen, Denmark
note. Though the Pdfsam is Open Source and there is a basic version for
free download, you will only get full access to the code by donating
from 1€ and up... meaning the rotate function is only available in the
Murray Strome wrote:
> This is a bit off the topic, but wanted to know if anyone on the list
> would know an easy way to do this:
> I have a .PPT presentation, which is like most such presentations, in
> Landscape form, and being in North America, best printed single-sided
> on US Letter paper. To conserve paper (and weight), I would like to
> print it in a booklet form (i.e. 4 pages per sheet). I can do this
> easily by converting the document to .PDF, then using pdftops, psbook,
> psnup, ps2pdf
> (<http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/How_to_make_a_booklet> method 1)
> except that I would prefer to have all the even pages "upside down".
> If I just use the simple approach, looking at the booklet with the
> long side vertical it will look like:
> even page odd page
> -----> top top <------------
> I want it to look like:
> top<----------------- top<--------------
> I know I could do this with a lot of work in Scribus, but does anyone
> know an easier way?
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> Date: Sun, 19 Jul 2009 16:56:35 +0200
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> hi all,
> > On Sunday 19 July 2009 01:48:32 am Dan Fink wrote:
> > > ..........John's E-book ................
> > > Best $5.95 I ever spent on Scribus info!
> two questions:
> hey john, any chance to get that e-book without having a credit-card?
> (and i don't want to come to ireland for it and bring you a keg of
> 2. (might be somewhat off-topic)
> is the dolphin inn still existing?
> best wishes to all the people of wexford and rosslare i used to get
> with in the old times.
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