[Scribus] New section in Working with Scribus: How to begin

Benjamin Huot benjaminhuot
Sun Sep 9 21:01:48 CEST 2007

This is a good start. I found the master pages approach to be set up  
quite well, but getting the Table of Contents seemed quite arbitrary  
and non-intuitive. I assume it was designed to function in other ways  
and the design gives more power and flexibility, but it is rather  
cumbersome for tables of contents.

On Sep 9, 2007, at 8:20 AM, Gregory Pittman wrote:

> I've started a new section in this Wiki page:
> http://wiki.scribus.net/index.php/ 
> Working_with_Scribus:_How_to_begin#Making_the_Most_of_Scribus
> The idea here is to try to make newbies aware of some features of
> Scribus that are there for more professional layout and greater  
> ease in
> accomplishing a task. We hear from many who obviously or admittedly
> don't have a background in design or publishing, so consequently they
> have no idea of why some Scribus features even exist.
> So what I wanted to do with this section is to have a place for some
> guidance and advice to newbies (to Scribus and to layout in  
> general) so
> that they don't overlook these features. My own experience has more to
> do with rubbing elbows with some design students years ago, so I'm
> hoping others will add to this section with some of the things that  
> you
> might point the way to for the newbies out there.
> As always, we want to make full use of the rest of the Wiki, with  
> links
> to various other pages rather that using this section as a howto of  
> its own.
> Greg
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