[scribus] New Member
coughlin at cheqnet.net
Tue Jul 15 14:47:27 UTC 2014
Your note is encouraging to me, another older person who is attempting to
put a manuscript into book form. Have had some problems doing so and would
welcome the opportunity to visit with you in person to learn how to get
around some of the problems I have had. Don't know whether such direct
contact is allowed, but if so would like to know how to go about doing so.
From: bobparham at comcast.net [mailto:bobparham at comcast.net]
Sent: Tuesday, July 15, 2014 9:41 AM
To: scribus at lists.scribus.net
Subject: [scribus] New Member
William & Wena, I am living proof that no one is too old to learn and use
Scribus. I just turned 87 years old and first downloaded Scribus to use in
writing a bookthree years ago. I learned to use the program sufficiently to
write an autobiography of 300 pages which was completed recently. I have
sold 49 copies of this book which I print on an ink jet printer and a
caregiver binds the books for me. Why have I elected to write, print and
bind at home? The reason I did this was just to prove to myself that I could
do it in spite of my age and the fact that I am in advanced stages of a form
of Muscular Distrophy.
To the Scribus team, keep up the good work.
*People may forget what you did and people may forget what you said but
people will never forget how you made them feel.**
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