thank you for the hint. The first new one shouldn't be there at all. Archive told me that creating this item failed and I didn't check back. It is gone now. I hope.
don't really know why the pdf is so big, but maybe it is because your Word.doc was big? With every change you make in a doc it grows bigger and bigger. Don't know what the pdf should do with all these information. You could try to save your doc under a different file name and make the pdf from that. This is a trick from Windows 3.1 to make word.doc smaller. Not sure if it still works. I don't have word here so I can't check.
The cover looks really nice
I always copy the information from the catalog page, put it into a txt file and delete what I don't need. It can take a long time to delete all the file links but it feels easier than typing.
And how do you change the size of something once you've clicked away from it and pasted in a new image?
Hm, not sure, but as far as I know Gimp works about the same way as the professional graphic suits. They work with layers. When ever you put something new into the picture, there is a new layer. In Paint Shop there is a side bar where you can select the layer you want to work with. So there should be something similar in Gimp, too.
And the back is one big wall of very small text - too much information to fit on.
When there is too much information to fit on the back side, you can add another table the size of the front, to make a sort of booklet. I did that for Winnetou 1.
It is meant to be folded and goes behind the front picture.
About Sylvie and Bruno: The doc is only an example, very roughly made. The back is hardly readable. Do you want to polish it up a little bit? I haven't uploaded it yet.
I think you can make it look as good as Celebrated Crimes.
Celebrated Crimes and This Side of Paradise are added to the catalog.
And I have changed the settings of the drop so you can delete the files, if something goes wrong and you want to re-upload.