[OS X TeX] print-on-demand

Wendy McKay wgm at cds.caltech.edu
Tue Sep 30 18:53:03 CEST 2008


On Tue, 30 Sep 2008, Jan Anderssen wrote:

>> > 
>> > \includepdf[noautoscale=true]{OriginalLettersizeFile}
>> > 
>
>> Thank you for your suggestion.
>> I tried post processing with pdfpages but it only fixed page 1
>> i.e., the output was only 1 page (of 329) but in the correct size (7x10).
>> Did I do something wrong?  I ran the code you sent after
>> replacing "OriginalLettersizeFile" with the name of my file.
>
> my bad, you can specify which pages to include with the parameter "pages". i 
> thought the default was all, but i guess it's just the first page instead.
>
> \includepdf[pages={-},noautoscale=true]{...} or (the more explicit)
> \includepdf[pages={1-329},noautoscale=true]{...}
>
> would presumably work, though you found a much easier solution.
>
> cheers,
> jan

Thank you very much for this solution.  The technique will be very useful.
It is an efficient way to do the conversion. From the original 
document one can create different optional sizes. There are several 
choices of output sizes: 6x9, 7x10, 7.5x9.25, 8.5x11 etc, depending on the 
company printing the book.

best, wendy

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