[scribus] book design
tennesseelady21 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 18:36:23 UTC 2014
Thanks for the praise, they are doing very well. There seems to be very few
tutorials on book formatting especially for Scribus. In fact Steve's was
the only one I found. I had already produced a couple of books (using the
old school trial & error) and found Steve's tutorial very helpful.
Good luck to you as well.
On Sun, Mar 2, 2014 at 1:31 PM, Michael Coughlin <coughlin at cheqnet.net>wrote:
> Dear Mary:
> Thanks for your email.
> I have been in contact with Steve, but when I asked whether his program
> applies to books, he said he doesn't focus on book production, but has much
> on producing magazines. Perhaps there is a lot of crossover between the
> Checked out your book page. Congratulations on all your books. To date I
> have done most of my books using my Linotype and letterpresses, but there
> are some projects I think would be better to do using Scribus, so am
> my feet into the system.
> Mike Coughlin
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mary Moore [mailto:tennesseelady21 at gmail.com]
> Sent: Sunday, March 02, 2014 12:26 PM
> To: Scribus User Mailing List
> Subject: Re: [scribus] book design
> Hi Mike, I have formatted 3 novels using Scribus with great success. I
> suggest you purchase the tutorial from Steve Czajka for Desktop Publishing
> using Scribus. His email is steveczajka at hotmail.com You should check out
> portfolio at http://flickr.com/steveczajka or follow me on twitter at
> http://twitter.com/steveczajka Good Luck, Mary Moore
> On Sun, Mar 2, 2014 at 1:13 PM, Michael Coughlin
> <coughlin at cheqnet.net>wrote:
> > Dear Scribus People:
> > Please excuse my ignorance, but I need help. If you can direct me to
> > the right information, I will search it out.
> > I am trying to design a book using Scribus. I have found on-line
> > tutorials which have been a great deal of help. However, I think I am
> > missing pieces of the puzzle. I have designed master pages for
> > chapter head pages and for subsequent chapter pages, but when I
> > attempt to insert text and have it flow from page to page
> > automatically, it won't do it. I need to move it individually from
> > page to page. Then, when I try to insert a new chapter page I can't
> > get the chapter number and then chapter title to fall in the right
> > areas, to be followed with the continuing text.
> > Are there recommended on-line resources to check? I have found some
> > for magazine production, but not for books.
> > Thanks for your suggestions.
> > Mike Coughlin
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