Name: [1922] Dai
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Description: Hi I'm Dai Just an ordinary guy with an interest in computers who likes making how to videos for others to get the best out of there computers. I ounce did a course on web-design to further my interest in the subject. Got a HNC out of to boot but, lately my interest has turned to doing howto vide ...

Scibus Tables [ID:433] (16/42)

in series: Scribus Desktop Publishing

video tutorial by Dai, added 12/07

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How to use and customize tables in Scribus

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11. Krzysztof Sun, 10 Oct 2010 08:11

It was quite fine but what about putting text into table?


10. Dale Jones Sun, 01 Aug 2010 06:03

Nice job. I'll be checking out more tutorials.


9. Jorge Restrepo Tue, 08 Jun 2010 15:07

It would be nice if you could show how to populate the tables in the scribus how to make a table video... Thanks


8. Ron Gauci Fri, 12 Feb 2010 06:14

Great video.. Thanks, as a newbie to scribus they are invaluable.


7. anonymous Thu, 30 Jul 2009 12:19

Thank You Dai

Very helpful, especially ungrouping and resizing of cells.

Tom


6. anonymous Sun, 14 Jun 2009 14:08

Hey, I'm an old fan of yours. You are awesome..


5. anonymous Tue, 24 Mar 2009 20:26

Many thanks for a great set of tutorials, your laid back style works well!

I'm sure I'll be back...it all makes perfect sense whilst watching but doing is another thing entirely....


4. anonymous Tue, 13 Jan 2009 13:50

colors, borders, etc. all very nice. May i recommend to add something about actually putting text into the table? I think that is the most common use. Boring, but IMHO essential.

Regards;


Dai,

As a new user of Scribus, I really appreciate all the work you have done to make these tutorials. They have been a huge help and I hope you will keep going!

Cheers,

Dave


Hello Dai - another great screencast on Scribus, thanks.

I really think you'd benefit if you wrote longer descriptions - Google would have more keywords to use to help send curious searchers over to your fine tutorials.

I do think we could increase the number of people who watch your videos just by increasing the length of your descriptions to several paragraphs.

I have begun to write some notes here:

http://wiki.showmedo.com/index.php/HOW-TO:_Publicise_Videos

and I'm happy to receive feedback on the ideas.

Cheers,

Ian.


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