Re: templates for booklets

Subject: Re: templates for booklets
From: "Renee L. LaPlume" <rlaplume -at- rorke -dot- com>
To: techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com
Date: Mon, 13 Sep 1999 10:51:00 -0500

At 01:09 PM 9/12/99 +0100, Peter Jones wrote:
>>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
>>booklet.
>>
>>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'?

Also see Woody's Office PoweR Pack (WOPR) which includes
a Word add-in called 2x4. See Woody's site at www.wopr.com
for details.

- Renee

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Renee L. LaPlume
Rorke Data, Inc. - Software Services Division
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