[scribus] Page functionality similar to CorelDraw
cbradney at scribus.info
Mon May 3 06:44:53 UTC 2021
You can also just export the pages out of order.
In the PDF export dialog, in the Export Range area, select Choose Pages, then click on the Ellipses button. Choose Advance Reordering and then click ok.
It will give an export sequence like 8,1,2,7,6,3,4,5
You can of course type those in the order you like without going to that dialog, but it depends on the document length if that adds efficiency.
> On 3 May 2021, at 8:00 am, David Duncan <maildaveduncan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Sun, May 2, 2021 at 8:30 PM francois072 at e.email <francois072 at e.email>
>> In CorelDraw I would create say 5 pages and design the booklet. Each page
>> the booklet on a separate CorelDraw page.
>> Then when I printed the pages CorelDraw would let page 1-5 be printed in
>> 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
>> of the printer. Only needed to be stapled.
>> I used A4 pages then when the booklet is stapled each page is A5 size.
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> Hi there,
> I produce booklets by setting up A5 pages in Scribus in their normal
> sequence. I then save to PDF and then use a tool like "Bookletimposer" to
> do the pagination automatically, combining the A5 sheets into booklet order
> on A4 sheets.
> Hope this helps.
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