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Dialog Box Commands
Commands and queries used to build and use dialog boxes and other interface objects.
Text related articles including, but not limited to, topics such as: Fonts and other attributes Formatting Editing The major theme of the article should be related to text creation and manipulation.
Printing related articles including, but not limited to, topics such as: PostScript Signatures and Mail merge Commercial printers The major theme of the article should be related to output/final product.
PageStream Script Gallery
A collection of user contributed scripts, with details on usage. This gallery (and others) will be on hold until file upload details are ironed out.
Chapters: Documents can be divided into chapters with the Document palette to organize sections of your publication. Chapters may also be organized into sub-chapters. Documents: A document can be a short one page brochure, or a 500 page book. New documents are created by choosing New from the File menu. Double-sided pages: Pages are based on master pages,...
Guides and the Grid
PageStream's guides and grid are non-printing lines which help you place objects on pages. You can use them to create your layout grid and to maintain a uniform layout across pages. Objects can be visually aligned with the guides and grid, or they can be snapped to the nearest guide line or grid point....
Step 12: Closing and opening documents
The letterhead is now finished. To test it out, you will now close it, reopen it, and then import text into it. 1. Choose ''Close'' from the ''File'' menu. The document window will close. If this was your only open document, the ''Navigator'' will appear again. 2. Choose...
Saving as a Template
Templates are documents that open into untitled windows, rather than in named windows. This prevents you from accidentally saving over a document that you want to use as the basis for future documents. Templates are opened in the same way as normal documents. To save a document as a template: Choose ''Save As Template'' from the...
Why does the interface text look messy? (Amiga): PageStream uses the SoftLogik AmigaOS font family included for its interface. If you have changed the PageStream assigns, the interface (especially the Edit palette) will appear messy. The following assign is required in your s:user-startup file for the SoftLogik interface fonts to work: "assign Fonts:...
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