Working with Frames and Objects in Scribus
Feb 16, 2011, 15:03 (0 Talkback[s])
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"A Scribus document consists of a series of objects that are
added to a page, and contained within a frame. In addition to the
usual cut, copy, and paste functions available in most
applications, frames in Scribus share a general set of editing
attributes and, so far as possible, the same set of properties.
"As you can see from the Insert menu, Scribus supports four
basic types of frame: text, image, table and drawing primitives.
Table frames are collections of individual text frames, which may
be edited either as a group or as individual cells, while drawing
primitives are sub-divided into shape, polygon, line, Bezier curve,
and freehand line. Frames for primitives are added with the
content, while the content of other frames must be added