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* If you don't have any Python scripts to play around, take one of our [[Scripts_%26_Plugins#Beginners_Scripts| Beginners Scripts]]
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* If you don't have any Python scripts to play around, take one of our [[:Category:Scripts_&_Plugins#Beginners_Scripts | Beginners Scripts]]
 
* Copy the code from the web page into a text editor and save as whatever_you_think_appropriate.py
 
* Copy the code from the web page into a text editor and save as whatever_you_think_appropriate.py
 
* In Scribus, go to '''Scripts>Execute Script''' and choose your script. Done!
 
* In Scribus, go to '''Scripts>Execute Script''' and choose your script. Done!
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* With Scribus 1.5 you can also launch [[Command line scripts|command line scripts]] and have them use command line arguments.

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  • If you don't have any Python scripts to play around, take one of our Beginners Scripts
  • Copy the code from the web page into a text editor and save as whatever_you_think_appropriate.py
  • In Scribus, go to Scripts>Execute Script and choose your script. Done!