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  1. #1

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    Default Publishing freeware?

    Anybody know of any Quark-like pagination software I could get for free, or nearly free? I'm trying to put together a volunteer project that involves publishing a newsletter with some kids, but don't have access to Quark anymore through work. I tried the googles, but that just left me all over the map.

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    Don't know anything about it, but google found this for me:
    scribus.net | Scribus Open Source Desktop Publishing

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    Microsoft Word > export as PDF

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    Thanks, guys. I might have to go that route. Like an idiot, I found the Scribus link right after I started the thread. Gonna check that out too. If anybody else has an opinion, let me know.

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    PagePlus - they have a free version and Version 9.0 for $9.95.

    I use it at work to do a PDF newsletter and my wife used it to make a middle school yearbook that she printed on Lulu.com.

    PagePlus: FREE Desktop Publishing software download

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    Publisher 95 was good, tell it to create the paper plane then choose the option
    for AM/FM radio. It tells you that of course "the plane is just paper, what do you
    think you're doing trying to stick a radio on it!!!"


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    Last edited by Zhane Canalpan; 10-06-2012 at 03:08 AM.

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