[scribus] write and save a document

Steven Dayton daytonmeister at gmail.com
Tue Jun 23 20:50:36 CEST 2009

Make an interactive PDF. Of course you will need Acrobat Professional to do
that. I work with PDF all day. Let me know if you want to know more and we
could communicate outside this discussion since Interactive PDF isn't
necessarily related to Scribus.


On Tue, Jun 23, 2009 at 12:08 PM, Gregory Pittman <gregp_ky at yahoo.com>wrote:

> Ronald Wiplinger (Lists) wrote:
>> We have some books, in which the students:
>> 1. can draw a line from a word ("cat") to a picture (cat)
>> 2. fill in words ("cat") according to the picture (cat)
>> 3. mark the verb (none, subject,  ...) in a sentence.
>> Now we have these booklets as a power point. My thought was to use pdf
>> as final product. However, I found, that there seems to be no way to
>> save anything the students did.
>> Does anybody has an idea how to solve it?
> I suppose if you were adventuresome, you could use Scribus itself. You
> could have anything that you don't want edited on a separate and  locked
> layer.
> There are just a couple of scribus operations to use: inserting text in a
> frame, and making lines. No 3 might require a bit of thinking to keep the
> operation simple for children. I think even young children could handle
> that, and even Ctrl+S to save. Each child could work with their own document
> copy.
> Greg
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