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I have been asked to design and print numbered tickets for an event being
organised by a Club to which my wife belongs.  

Starting from the left edge:

(a) in the first third details of the event and a number. This is the "stub"

(b) in the remaining two thirds there is an image to the left and then
details of the event. This is the "ticket"

(c) each ticket has two numbers (both the same) printed to justify right on
the "stub" and on the "ticket"

(d) each ticket spans the width of an A4 page

(f) there are four tickets to an A4 page

(g) the ticket will be perforated between the "stub" and the "ticket" to
allow for easy detachment

(h) Designing the ticket is not a problem.  But how do I ensure that the
numbers are printed sequentially in groups of two?

Is it possible to do this on LibreOffice?

I realise that it is possible to number each  ticket on a A4 page and then
print it but as it is looking like 150 tickets that looks like a lot of

David Love
"A lie gets halfway around the world before the truth has a chance to get
its pants on."

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