Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Anthony Campbell
On 30 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-08-30, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Helge Hafting
L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Anthony Campbell
On 30 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-08-30, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Helge Hafting
L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Anthony Campbell
On 30 Aug 2009, L Duperval wrote: > Hi, > > I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while > the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something > similar. > > I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is > there a package

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Guenter Milde
On 2009-08-30, L Duperval wrote: > Hi, > I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while > the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something > similar. > I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is > there a package that

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-31 Thread Helge Hafting
L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow

Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow automatically? Thanks,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread James C. Sutherland
On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 16:14:58 James C. Sutherland wrote: On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do what you're talking about would be Scribus (http://www.scribus.net/). It works on Windows, OS/X,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 20:23:24 L Duperval wrote: On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do what you're talking about would be Scribus

Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow automatically? Thanks,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread James C. Sutherland
On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 16:14:58 James C. Sutherland wrote: On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do what you're talking about would be Scribus (http://www.scribus.net/). It works on Windows, OS/X,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 20:23:24 L Duperval wrote: On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do what you're talking about would be Scribus

Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a package that controls such flow automatically? Thanks,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread James C. Sutherland
On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: Hi, I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, while the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something similar. I suppose I can do this manually by inserting page breaks all over but is there a

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 16:14:58 James C. Sutherland wrote: > On Aug 30, 2009, at 12:19 PM, L Duperval wrote: > > Hi, > > > > I want to create a booklet which has text on the right-hand page, > > while > > the left-hand page contains a graph, an image, a table or something > > similar. > > > > I

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread L Duperval
On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: > My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a > short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do > what you're talking about would be Scribus (http://www.scribus.net/). It > works on Windows,

Re: Text on right, images on left

2009-08-30 Thread Steve Litt
On Sunday 30 August 2009 20:23:24 L Duperval wrote: > On Sun, 30 Aug 2009 18:46:46 -0400, Steve Litt wrote: > > My feelings exactly. When you start worrying about where things go in a > > short document, LaTeX or its derivatives is a hassle. My choice to do > > what you're talking about would be