Two comic books later, I finally get enough money to get two ISBN numbers for them... and I have to re-lay them out on larger pages *plus* provide a few different pages that are not all graphics. Great. Thanks, Lulu.
So? Do I try to understand the OpenOffice module for getting 300+ PNG's that are the same width in? Or do I look at RTF::Writer which looks a whole lot simpler and straightforward to understand?
For historical reasons, the old versions of the comic books, still on sale, outputted raw graphics to a directory and a control Postscript file via a custom Perl script. It would be distilled into a proper Postscript file, then into a PDF.
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