[scribus] New Member
eilert-sprachen at t-online.de
Tue Jul 15 15:05:35 UTC 2014
Recently, my father finished his biography which he wrote in a word
processor and printed and collected the photos in several folders. I
would like to make the whole thing up into several books using Scribus.
So I wonder if there are many photos in your book and if Scribus really
handles 300 pages in one file. Many folks here say it's better to split
it up. As my father's collection consists of time sections and folders
anyway, it will be easy to make several books out of it, and I intend to
make different styles according to epoque etc. But I would be interested
what you would consider the max number of pages for a book.
Am 15.07.2014 16:40, schrieb bobparham at comcast.net:
> 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.
> Bob Parham
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