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Revision as of 13:36, 11 January 2007

 Вводный курс по Scribus 2006
Авторы современной версии:   Авторы вики Scribus
Автор исходного текста:   Niyam Bhushan, 2004
Лицензия:   GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2
    
 Глава 3

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Вступление

  1. Что вы можете делать при помощи Scribus
  2. Перед началом работы
  3. Изначальный вакуум
  4. Обложка
  5. Работа со слоями страницы
  6. Макетирование нескольких страниц
  7. Создание конечного макета
  8. Макетирование с графикой
  9. Зажгите огонь графикой в SVG
  10. Публикации нужны свободные PDF
  11. Путешествие на скорости Scribus
  12. Участники
  13. GNU Free Documentation Licence

Изначальный вакуум

A magazine or a publication design is not about text and images on the page. It is about empty, white spaces on the page. The text and images merely punctuate this emptiness. These 'breathing' spaces are important, much like gardens, parks, and other open-air sites are important to any high-density metropolis. So launch Scribus, go to the File menu, and click on New. For the rest of the tutorial, I will use the following convention to describe menu choices: File > New.

The New command displays this dialog box.
  • Click on the 'Default Unit' drop-down box, and choose 'Millimetres (mm)' rather than the default 'Points'.
  • Click on the drop-down menu of 'Size' and choose 'Custom' for the page-size of our magazine. Enter the above dimensions for width and height. Note the level of precision beyond the decimal-point to the right, offered by Scribus.
  • Click on 'Facing Pages' so you can view pages side-by-side, as in a realworld magazine. Enter the above values for margin guides, that marks off the actual printing area, inside the physical paper.
  • Uncheck 'Left Page First' (as shown). Our first page will be the cover for our magazine.
  • Click 'OK' to view your first blank page in Scribus.

For v 1.3.3, the requestor looks slightly different. Notice the different layout of the Margin Guides area, also that Facing Pages is now Page Layout > Double Sided and 'First Page is: Right Page' is selected differently: