Le 17.12.2014 17:35, Tom Davies a écrit :
Thanks! :) It didn't quite work for my newsletter but it may open
up a bit for other documents we have struggled with here.
I'm beginning to see why Charles tried to find out about what sort of
i'm aiming for. Scribus has a LOT of options and templates and stuff
on. Form over content, of course.
I think i am going to struggle on with it a bit first to make a
and learn as i go. Then do the real thing another week.
I had been thinking about using Draw as a stepping stone - using lots
linked text-boxes but i think it's going to be easier to just leap into
Scribus from the start. I'm not sure how work-flow is going to go in
future but i have a feeling most of the content is going to be best
Draw is an option - if your newsletter is a bit "basic" I understand
this as being text-intensive?
In this case Draw is not necessarily the best part of LibreOffice for
you: Writer has all sorts of features to offer: text over several
columns, text frames, half transparent images insertion. Writer is (and
I know anyone from Scribus will scream reading this) designed as a DTP
software just as much as it is a word processor. If you consider Writer
(okay, Draw would be similar) then indeed, exporting your document to
PDF will work out perfectly. By the way, what is your output format
supposed to be?
On 17 December 2014 at 16:13, jorge <email@example.com> wrote:
I check the Scribus open file format and it accept .pdf, I
with one document of mine, and Scribus open it.
I suggest you to export your .odf file to .pdf and then open
Scribus. I don't know how it will configure the pages opens but it
El mié, 17-12-2014 a las 14:11 +0000, Tom Davies escribió:
> Hi :)
> I do my company newsletter in Writer but want to do the finishing touches
> in Scribus.
> Has anyone else tried this? A few years ago someone from this mailing
> list offered to give me a hand but i had no time to even try it back
> It's suddenly become quite viable to put some time into this at work.
> The one thing that Writer doesn't seem able to do is use curved
> text-frames. I'm kinda trying to get some nicely rounded corners to
> upgrade the newsletter from Win98 style to Xp style.
> Regards from
> Tom :)
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