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On 04/13/2011 02:22 PM, Jeff Chimene wrote:
On 04/13/2011 10:44 AM, drew wrote:
On Wed, 2011-04-13 at 10:00 -0700, Jeff Chimene wrote:
it's not clear to me that dead-tree documentation provides sufficient
value to justify the cost. Perhaps it's better to put it online via the
CMS, and link to it on the DVD.

Maybe we use the pamphlet to describe the installation instructions?
Maybe a blurb about The Foundation, the NA-DVD Community or how to get

Howdy Jeff, Russ, et al

OK - grab this file then:

A very rough blocking into sections.

Any volunteers to take one or more sections:

* How To Use this disc
* Who is the Document Foundation - What is Libreoffice and FOSS/ODF
* Who is the NA Community
* Abbreviated inventory of what is on the disk – copyright notices, etc.

For the sections the best is just plain text - and one person can handle
the layout I think.

So what do you think?

I have a problem printing the legal size file. The margins are not working for either printer.

Also, the DVD case make the inserted pamphlet be no taller than 7.5 inches, unless you will be folding it over along with the folding of the panels.

You may need to use half inch margins for the legal paper. It is hard to find anything but white legal paper. It would be nice to print the pamphlet out on a light green paper. I would rather have to print out two sheets of letter paper than to deal with legal paper in my printers. The laser does not have a legal tray and the ink-jet has issues with legal paper.

Maybe we could use a 7.5 inch tall tri-fold letter size pamphlet using two sheets. If we have it professionally printed, it may be cheaper for us to use letter sheets, even two, than use legal size paper.

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