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    Question Asking for help on how to make an art zine pdf

    Hello! My name's Bats, and I've been working on making a monster girl themed zine.

    I'd like to make it a pay-to-download pdf file, but I can't seem to figure out how. I've looked around tons, but all of them call for it to be done in word which seems would mess with the quality along with make some size restriction.

    I'm really at a loss, and thought maybe someone knows a better way?

    Any other tips would be appreciated too as this is my first project of this kind.

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    OpenOffice also exports PDFs.

    However, if you want to have more control about page layout etc. you may have to invest into a more powerful layout software, like Indesign.

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    Ah, I'll look into that! Thanks a bunch!!

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    yeah, I'd recommend InDesign.

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    you can lock a pdf with a password through word press and open office. you can simply have them send payment via paypal and then email them the password with the payment receipt.

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