Rearrange PDF pages to print as flyers on one paper
|Author:||Hartmut Goebel <email@example.com>|
|Copyright:||2008-2020 by Hartmut Goebel|
|Licence:||GNU Affero General Public License v3 or later (AGPLv3+)|
Flyer Composer can be used to prepare one- or two-sided flyers for printing on one sheet of paper.
Imagine you have designed a flyer in A6 format and want to print it using your A4 printer. Of course, you want to print four flyers on each sheet. This is where Flyer Composer steps in, creating a PDF which holds your flyer four times. If you have a second page, Flyer Composer can arrange it the same way - even if the second page is in a separate PDF file.
This also work if your input file was designed for e.g. A2: it will simply be scaled down to A6 and placed four times in the sheet. And, of course, PDF Flyer Composer supports other flyer sizes or paper sizes, too.
This is much like pdfnup (or psnup), except that the same page is put the paper several times.
Flyer Composer contains two programs: a Qt-based GUI one (flyer-composer-gui) and a command line one (flyer-composer).
For more information please refer to the manpage or visit the project homepage.
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