Dnia 2013-05-23, o godz. 15:21:56
John Hendy <jw.he...@gmail.com> napisaƂ(a):

> I have a use case and am not sure if Org would help or not. I've
> downloaded a bunch of technical data sheets on various materials from
> a vendor. I'd like to create a "booklet" of them with a cover page
> table of contents.
> I can create the booklet very easily with Stapler (or similar), but am
> not sure on the best way to generate a clickable linked PDF of the
> individual materials contained in the compiled document.[1] What I'm
> not sure on is how to create a table of contents.
> Ideally, I could do something like generate a page count of each
> document and then use this to create the page numbers I'd use to
> create links to, which I thought I could do with Org. Even better
> would be to have [back to top] links as well, since this will end up
> being a multi-hundred page booklet (~100 documents of 2-4 pages each).
> Any thoughts on this?
> Is it easier to just generate a list of files and use Org to "include"
> them somehow via LaTeX instead of using Stapler to combine them?

I'd just use LaTeX's pdfpages package, possibly with hyperref.  (If you
encounter any problems, email me - I've done similar things before, so
I guess I could help you.)

> Thanks for any suggestions!
> John


Marcin Borkowski
Adam Mickiewicz University

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