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Re: PageMaker versus Quark -- who wins?



I run a small nonprofit literary press.  We've published books
up to 600 pages long, and I am so happy with Pagemaker that,
when Pagemaker 6.5 came out, I got it.  It's a wonderful program,
and it's great for multiples in artists' books, too.  I also do a lot of
brochures, etc., with it.  Nary a problem, and the text flow is so
elegant.

Bertha Rogers
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Date sent:              Sat, 24 Mar 2001 13:40:02 EST
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From:                   Synaesthesia Press <Synaepress@AOL.COM>
Subject:                PageMaker versus Quark -- who wins?
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> OK -- I'm in Pagemaker class, and learning -- and happy -- and then I leave
> and talk to a friend in the buisness of publishing and she scoffs at
> Pagemaker -- laughs outloud! -- and says Pagemaker can't really manage text
> at all (not exact words) and says I'm wasting my time and to get Quark and
> forget about silly Pagemaker and move on with my life...
>
> So...while i'll continue with the class...when it comes to coughing up the
> bucks (and big bucks they), what do you think I should do?
>
> Thanks!
>
> Jim Camp/syanesthesia press
>
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