John Ghormley KJ4UFG
kj4ufg at sera.org
Sat Dec 4 00:17:02 CET 2010
Indeed, that may be true, Owen. I am a newbie to Scribus and am not
familiar with the scrapbook. How is it accessed?
Walkertown, NC USA
editor at sera.org
On Fri, Dec 3, 2010 at 5:22 PM, Owen <rcook at pcug.org.au> wrote:
> > I would love to know how to make store-able objects, such as a header,
> > that
> > I can pull into a current file and then modify individually or
> > globally, the
> > contents of the header. Our magazine uses headers above each article,
> > but
> > the information supplied is about the author of that article and the
> > title
> > of the article. The look of all headers is the same but the
> > information
> > supplied in the header is unique to that article including the
> > author's
> > picture.
> > Can this be accomplished with 1.3.8 or earlier? No 1.3.9 here, yet.
> > BTW,
> > the headers are not always at the top of the page, so a master page
> > will not
> > suffice. I do use Master Pages to put the page numbering on the
> > outside
> > edge of right and left pages along with some other info that does NOT
> > change
> > with pages. I have several objects that tend to remain the same from
> > issue
> > to issue that I would hope could be stored for use with the next issue
> > in a
> > new .sla file.
> Maybe I misunderstand your problem, but can you not assign all common
> elements to the scrapbook?
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