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Old 5th July 2010, 10:37 PM   #1
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Default Some Advanced Tutorials

I have added some PDF Tutorials for using the more advanced features of PagePlus to my review page.

I plan another one for customising PagePlus.

There are more tutorials on the Official Serif tutorials page, which is linked to from the PagePlus Help menu — online tutorials.

Please don't reply in this thread, unless your question is specifically about these tutorials.

Start a new thread in the PagePlus Forum.
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Old 5th July 2010, 11:00 PM   #2
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Thanks, BP, much appreciated.
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Excellent work.
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Some nice insight.

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Old 6th July 2010, 03:15 PM   #5
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Default Re: Some Advanced Tutorials

Thank you for the kind comments. I have now added a tutorial for customising PagePlus.
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Default Re: Some Advanced Tutorials

Thanks Pesala, great work, as I've just commented elsewhere PP is my least used app, these might give me some useful info
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Thanks for "Customising PagePlus" tutorial Pesala
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Old 8th July 2010, 11:14 AM   #8
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Added another tutorial for looking inside PagePlus documents, e.g. to edit index entries.
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As always, quality work, and very useful

Many thanks especially on the customising interface.

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Thank you Pesala,
very useful and interesting.

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Thanks, this is great stuff to know. Greatly appreciated.
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Old 23rd July 2010, 12:21 PM   #12
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I have added one more tutorial on working with fractions.

Most fonts only have a subset of the fractions defined in Unicode — usually ¼ ½ ¾ — and sometimes 1/8 to 7/8. Some fonts like Code 2000 have the full set.

My free fonts contain additional fractions up to 63/64, which were designed as stacking fractions for typesetting fractional measurements in inches. for engineering drawings.
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Hello all,
Which one you find better for publishing job with Mathematics / Engineering drawings -
a) Mathtype or Equation Editor
b) Code 2000

I have Equation Editor as well as Code 2000, but never really use code 2000 font.
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Bhikkhu Pesala, thank you for your generosity - and such effective help.
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I have added one more tutorial on working with fractions.

Most fonts only have a subset of the fractions defined in Unicode — usually ¼ ½ ¾ — and sometimes 1/8 to 7/8. Some fonts like Code 2000 have the full set.

My free fonts contain additional fractions up to 63/64, which were designed as stacking fractions for typesetting fractional measurements in inches. for engineering drawings.
Thanks again Pesala, great work
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I have added some PDF Tutorials for using the more advanced features of PagePlus to my review page.

I plan another one for customising PagePlus.

There are more tutorials on the Official Serif tutorials page, which is linked to from the PagePlus Help menu — online tutorials.
Bhikkhu, I am new here on this forum. How can I download
your pdf tutorials?
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Bhikkhu, I am new here on this forum. How can I download
your pdf tutorials?
Not Bhikkhu, but you can download the PDF files by clicking the icon next to the desired tutorial. You can save the PDF by right-clicking the icon and choosing "Save Link As" or similar.

Hope that helps.
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Default Re: Some Advanced Tutorials

Updated and expanded the tutorial on OpenType Features since PagePlus X5 now supports OpenType features.
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Updated and expanded the tutorial on OpenType Features since PagePlus X5 now supports OpenType features.
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Thanks for the updated OpenType tutorial. And may I suggest that you put your name and home page on these PDFs so that you get credit for your good work.
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