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Add booklet printing capabilities via PDF Services
Authored by: maddys_daddy on Feb 21, '05 11:00:14AM
Then there's CocoaBooklet, which not only allows you to drag 'n' drop documents onto it's application window to produce booklets, but it gives you the option to install the pdf service automatically. It's got configurable options, and uses LaTeX (which, btw, you don't have to install separately, as CocoaBooklet includes a minimal version of LaTeX). Not trying to render this hint irrelevant, just trying to provide an easier alternative for those who'd rather avoid complexity. To each his own, I always say.

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Add booklet printing capabilities via PDF Services
Authored by: quietjim on Feb 21, '05 12:23:02PM

I just want to second the recommendation for CocoaBooklet. I publish a magazine and a couple of newsletters, so I spent a lot of time looking around for the options. Cocoa Booklet works great for producing simple signatures (just a gentle correction: the signature is the arrangement of the pages, not the format itslelf).


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