Thanks, Raymond - I've often thought of how it would be very nice to be able to produce a good looking CD booklet. I'll have to try out this program. I looked through the templates and I see they have a CD booklet template. It's an open-source program--Very nice--Power to the people!
It is a great program. Small DTP, but powerful. Yesterday I started to make an 8 pages booklet for my symphony. OK, it is a bit weird where to place to pages. I am using two pages on a landscaped A4. Don't use the possibility of your printer to print double sided, then some pages will be upside down. Just re-insert your pages manually (backside and NOT turned left/right).
For those who already installed the program, hereis the link to my empty booklet including links for text frames, etc. Download the file, load it and you will see, I hope. You can make the text in another program (e.g. Office Write, where you can have spellchecking, etc.) and import it with some keystrokes. Easy enough, though I didn't do this one yet.
------A glitch when I tried to install the program. AFTER installing it, a text file comes up about the program, and it says that BEFORE installing, one has to install Ghostscript. Well - a little late to find out that I need that After installing---grrrrr. OK, so I'll uninstall Scribus, go get Ghostscript, then do the install again.
Posting this in case it helps someone avoid the same mistake.
No luck. I uninstalled Scribus, installed Ghostscript (two attempts - confusing to me which download link to use - finally got it) - Re-installed Scribus, but even with Ghostscript installed and sitting right there in my program files, an error message comes up from Scribus saying Ghostscript wasn't found so the program won't work. - I've uninstalled again. --??? No time left to struggle more with it this morning.
Ignore the window about Ghostscript. I says that it cannot use EPS images or Postscript Print preview. Click OK to close that window and the program will load. At least it does on my system and I have Ghostscript installed, but somehow the program doesn't see this.