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Quote from: Bob P on April 26, 2011, 12:54:44 AMI printed to PDF.
Quote from: Nermander on May 03, 2011, 08:16:02 AMYou should impose the PDF to a booklet using some other software and then print. Then you can set page scaling to None.Are you sure you are not including bleed in the PDF?
Quote from: Bob...I tried imposing in Bookbinder a number of times last week. Bookbinder created its PDFs but when I clicked on the file it immediately opened in Adobe Reader so I still had the problem.
Quote from: Bob P on May 04, 2011, 07:47:10 PMO.K. Here, exactly, is what I do.In Scribus I open the document I want to print. I click File>Export>Save As PDF. This, of course, produces a file with the same name except .PDF instead of .SLA. I then open Bookbinder, click on File>Open Input PDF. I find the file I want to print and in Bookbinder make the settings I want. I then click Generate Document. I find the folder where all Bookbinder files are stored and find the file I want to print. Right clicking the file tells me it will open in Adobe Reader (default) with the opportunity to change it to a program of my choice. I tried to open it in Word and Word crashed. I tried sending it to PDFill, a PDF writer which I have on my computer but when the file opened in PDFill it had that diagonal text on it which one finds frequently in trial programs. I would try Multivalent but I am not familiar with the process of using Command Lines. If the free version of PDF-Xchange will work on this I will download it and give it a try. I am even willing to learn how to do Command Line if someone will walk me through it.