[texhax] Is LaTex the product for me?

Paul Stanley paulrichardstanley at gmail.com
Mon Feb 7 07:42:22 CET 2011

You can do that and much more with LaTex.
At 23:20 05/02/2011, you wrote:
>I am new to LaTex. I am trying to create a mini-pocket book of the 
>state constitution to share with others (free of course). I need 4 
>pages to fit on each printed page. The bottom 2 pages on the printed 
>page need to be upside down. The pages need to be organized so that 
>when the printed page is folded in half to to bottom, cut along the 
>edges, folded in the center, yielding a pocket book in correct order.
>I saw this on " 
>" with the US Constitution.
>I think LaTex will do this but not sure from all the FAQs, documents 
>& WebPages I searched.
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