Similar to the question posed here:
I am looking to print a book from LO4 using landscape-oriented paper, and I need to have the book bound at the centre of the page (rather than the edge, as dissertations are typically bound). This requires a complex resorting of the pages when one generates the final PDF (as described above), so that on any face of any sheet you are likely to have page N and and page N+x+1 (where x is twice the number of sheet to the midpoint of the folio) and on the reverse of that sheet you would want to find pages N-1 and page N+x+2, e.g. page 4 and 50 on the front of the sheet, and pages 3 and 51 on the back. A book is often made of more than one section of perhaps 30-50 pages, and then one sews the sections together to produce a nicely bound book.
Clearly this sorting/rearrangement is pages is non-standard and requires special treatment to distinguish between the page number of the text and the sheet of paper.
Any suggestions on how to instruct LO to generate such a print image? Are there post-production (post PDF generation) methods to do this?