While surfing through the many, many blogs I read, I came across another helpful online tool. It is BookletCreator. Basically it takes a PDF document and creates a booklet from that file. It reorders pages so that after printing and folding the pages you get a small book.
Click here to see how it works.
Here is the original link.
The RLCC has scanning capabilities available to the general public. If you need assistance with scanning a document or image you may ask any staff member in the RLCC. You will need to have a floppy disk to save your information once you have completed your task. If you don’t have a floppy disk, the RLCC does sell floppy disks for $1 each. Also, we charge a $1 per scan. The scanning capabilities include the ability to scan a document directly onto a software program file such as Microsoft Word. Also, when you scan you can choose to have the image or document scanned directly onto the location in which you want it saved. So if you are wanting it to be saved to your floppy disk, you would simply choose the floppy disk from the drop down menu of items. You also need to select what format you want the item to be saved as. If it is a text file you can save it as a simple text file, html file or even a PDF file. For images, you may save it as a JPEG, GIF, or BMP. If you have multiple pages to scan and you want them in the same document, then we can assist you with that as well.
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