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  1. Success Stories 2020
  2. Success Stories 2017
  3. Success Stories 2016
  4. Success Stories 2015
  5. Success Stories 2014
  6. Success Stories 2013
  7. Success Stories 2012
  8. Success Stories 2011
  9. Success Stories 2010
  10. Success Stories 2009
  11. Success Stories 2008
  12. Success Stories 2007
  13. Success Stories 2006
  14. Success Stories 2005-2004-2003

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2010

Naji Goche, a quaterly magazine in Polish and Kashubian language

Reporter: cezaryece

Date: March, 2010

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Home Page
Issue 42, Winter 2010 (PDF)

Work in progress (cezaryece please extend...)

Moje miasto, a biweekly magazine in Polish language

Reporter: cezaryece

Date: March, 2010

http://www.mojemiasto.slupsk.pl/

Work in progress (cezaryece please extend...)

AllYearbooks 2010 Information Pack

Reporter: Jake Gordon

Date: February, 2010

AllYearbooks is a leading yearbook producer in the UK. We had been weighing up InDesign vs Scribus for some time but with version 1.3.6 Scribus really took the lead for us. We created this information pack (marketing material) entirely in house. We used Scribus 1.3.6svn as it included important features and bug fixes which we required.

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Our information pack is 48 pages long, and as we needed to create it as quick as possible we created 5 smaller files with up to 10 pages each, rather than working with one big file. This enabled two of us to work on the pack concurrently, connecting to a Samba share over 1Gbps ethernet.

After sending the document to be printed in both paperback and laminated hardback forms, I used the 'import page' feature to collate the five files into one, to make future revisions more logical.

You can find also download the PDF of the information pack, which was exported using Scribus' PDF export tool with all images compressed to a maximum of 72dpi.