[scribus] Page functionality similar to CorelDraw

francois072 at e.email francois072 at e.email
Sun May 2 19:23:22 UTC 2021

On Sunday, May 2, 2021 8:53:13 PM SAST Gregory Pittman wrote:
> On 5/2/21 2:27 PM, francois072 at e.email wrote:
> > Hi
> > 
> > In CorelDraw I would create say 5 pages and design the booklet. Each page
> > of the booklet on a separate CorelDraw page.
> > 
> > Then when I printed the pages CorelDraw would let page 1-5 be printed in
> > order and repeat that depending on how many booklets I wanted.
> > 
> > The result is that each booklet would be in the correct order when it came
> > out of the printer. Only needed to be stapled.
> > 
> > I used A4 pages then when the booklet is stapled each page is A5 size.
> You can do this with Scribus by using a landscape oriented A4, subdivided
> into 2 A5 spaces. The trick is the pagination, which you would have to do
> yourself. Also, depending on whether your printer can print on both sides
> or not, you would need to manage that as well.
> Greg
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How should I subdivide the A4 into A5 pages?

Where do I do the pagination?

I can't find the info I'm looking for on the wiki.

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