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Subject:Re: templates for booklets From:Peter Jones <Holtec -at- comity -dot- demon -dot- co -dot- uk> Date:Sun, 12 Sep 1999 13:09:52 +0100
In message <LYR7944-17020-1999.09.10-19.00.08--Holtec#COMITY.DEMON.CO.UK
@lists.raycomm.com>, Dick Margulis <ampersandvirgule -at- att -dot- net> writes
> _booklet_ is the correct term.
>The arrangement of
>pages on a form is called imposition. So what
>you need is something that takes the pages you have created (in
>sequence, beginning with page 1) and rearranges them for printing as a
>There are several approaches to this
>What you should try to avoid is manual imposition of a booklet in a word
>processing program. It is guaranteed to shorten your life.
OK, so how do you do it. I have Word. Nowt else. How do I take my
document and form the imposition ready for bookleteering.
Is there a reliable third party package (not some full blown DTP that
converts my Word doc to something else) that 'imposes'?