Advanced printing/layout tools
rsmith at xs4all.nl
Fri Jan 1 22:40:40 UTC 2010
On Fri, Jan 01, 2010 at 04:25:08PM -0600, Doug Poland wrote:
> Thanks for the info so far. I have much to learn about LaTeX, that is
> certain. To complicate matters, the output will be on US Letter,
> landscape, multi-column, multi-sided, booklet format. No doubt LaTeX
> will handle the landscape, letter, and multi-column, but I'm not sure
> about booklet, multi-sided. I have some experience with print/psutils
> doing duplex, booklet printing.
LaTeX can generate postscript via the dvips(1) program. I've used that a lot
But modern LaTeX toolchains tend to generate pdf by default. The port
print/pdfjam provides the same functionality as psutils but then for pdf files.
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