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The BOOKLET package

    booklet provides some aids for printing simple booklets or signatures
for longer books.

Change History

Changes in version 0.7b (2009/09/02)
- New maintainer (Will Robertson)

Changes in version 0.7a (2005/06/01)
- Additional examples, no code changes

Changes in version 0.7 (2005/03/23)
- Cleaner interface with the memoir class

Changes (2004/04/16)
- Changed license from LPPL v1.0 to v1.3
- Updated contact details

Changes (2002/10/05)
- Expanded and improved documentation. No changes to any code.

Changes in version 0.6 of bkltprnt.sty (2001/08/26)
- Minimised the number of \box es

Changes in version 0.5 (2001/08/11)
- First public release

  Author: Peter Wilson (Herries Press)
  Maintainer: Will Robertson (will dot robertson at latex-project dot org)
  Copyright 2001 -- 2005 Peter R. Wilson
  This work may be distributed and/or modified under the
  conditions of the LaTeX Project Public License, either
  version 1.3c of this license or (at your option) any 
  later version: <http://www.latex-project.org/lppl.txt>

  This work has the LPPL maintenance status "maintained".
  The Current Maintainer of this work is Will Robertson.
  This work consists of the files:
README (this file)
booklet.pdf (user manual)
  and the derived files:


    To install the package:
- run: latex booklet.ins (which will generate booklet.sty & bkltprnt.sty)
- Move booklet.sty and bkltprnt.sty to a location where LaTeX will find them
  (typically in a local texmf tree at tex/latex/booklet) and refresh the
  file database. See the FAQ on CTAN at help/uk-tex-faq or
  http://www.tug.ac.uk/faq for more information on this.
    To process the user manual:
- run: latex booklet.dtx
       For an index run: makeindex -s gind.ist booklet
- run: latex booklet.dtx
- Print booklet.dvi for a hardcopy of the user manual and documented code

Download the contents of this package in one zip archive (231.2k).

booklet – Aids for printing simple booklets

Pages of a document processed with the booklet package will be reordered and scaled so that they can be printed as four pages per physical sheet of paper, two pages per side. The resulting sheets will, when folded in half, assemble into a booklet.

Instructions on producing the manual itself as a booklet are included.

LicensesThe Project Public License 1.3
Copyright2000–2005 Peter R. Wilson
MaintainerWill Robertson
Peter R. Wilson (inactive)
TDS archivebooklet.tds.zip
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