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Rohith Nayak | 11/12/2014

new features: Merge text and graphics stored originally in spreadsheets or databases to create custom publications, including form letters, mailing labels, envelopes, catalogs, or direct mail campaigns. 1. Create and view Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Add document information, change security and compatibility options, embed tags for accessibility, and modify advanced Adobe Acrobat® Distiller® settings ??? all from within PageMaker. 2. Easily place Adobe PDF files created with Adobe Photoshop® 5.0-6.0 or Adobe Illustrator® 9.0 directly into PageMaker publications. 3. Save time by importing native Photoshop and Illustrator files. You can drag and drop the native file or use the Place dialog box. 4. Use a converter utility to open QuarkXPress 3.3-4.1 publications directly in PageMaker. Use the same utility to open Microsoft Publisher 95-2000 in PageMaker (Windows® only). Import and export text and graphics to and from key business applications such as Microsoft Word.

Sudheer Kumar | 13/12/2014

WHAT'S NEW IN ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 -------------------------------------- Merge text and graphics stored originally in spreadsheets or databases to create custom publications, including form letters, mailing labels, envelopes, catalogs, or direct mail campaigns. Create and view Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) files. Add document information, change security and compatibility options, embed tags for accessibility, and modify advanced Adobe Acrobat® Distiller® settings all from within PageMaker. Easily place Adobe PDF files created with Adobe Photoshop® 5.0-6.0 or Adobe Illustrator® 9.0 directly into PageMaker publications. Save time by importing native Photoshop and Illustrator files. You can drag and drop the native file or use the Place dialog box. Use a converter utility to open QuarkXPress 3.3-4.1 publications directly in PageMaker. Use the same utility to open Microsoft Publisher 95-2000 in PageMaker (Windows® only). Import and export text and graphics to and from key business applications such as Microsoft Word.

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Kundan Kumar | 28/01/2015

PageMaker users will find several features in InDesign CS2 that are designed to help PageMaker - See more at:

Vijay Kumar Bonagiri | 14/03/2016

The differences between PageMaker and InDesign are vast and numerous. PageMaker is very limited in its features compared to InDesign, and there truly isn't any feature PageMaker had, that InDesign lacks. However, one might expect InDesign to be so much more difficult to work with. But it's surprising how InDesign caters for casual or beginning users, as well as heavy-duty professionals.

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Esteem Computer And Classes | 22/01/2015

Clip art gallaray (picture as Ms Word type) in special facilities

Zain Ulla | 03/07/2015

Your were having a features like password protected documents creation and security for printing or avoid coping of content document in adobe 7.0 also an extra points feature in adobe 8.0

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Sanjay Sharma | 21/12/2014

Hi Chetan, Adobe Indesing is the enhanced version of Adobe Pagemaker. Both the software are from same company (i.e. Adobe). In terms of features Indd is way better than Pagemaker. Adobe has done a remarkable job in Indesign and this software is the trendsetter in the typesetting and layouting. This is going popular day by day and now with the latest version Indesign CC Adobe has implemented the cross media transformation, which keeps this software miles apart from the competition.

Sanjay Sharma | 21/12/2014

Aside from the fact they're DTP packages, InDesign (esp CS2) is a very different beast, much more to learn but you'll be familiar with the Adobe toolbars and stuff; even so it's leagues ahead of Pagemaker - which I don't think they develop anymore. InDesign was supopsed to be the Quark XPress killer (failed) but is a top bit of software. You evidently have lots of experience in Pagemaker, so you probably know the printing process/preflight stuff inside out. I don't think it would take you long to readjust to InDesign, but I wouldn't try winging it.

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