DTP Software Reviews

  • How to Enlarge and Resize Photos Using GIMP

    GIMP, the free image editing software, is an open source and feature-laden image editing program that can be very useful in working with your photos. In this brief tutorial I will instruct you in how to enlarge and resize your pictures, particularly old...
    By Daniel P. McGoldrick November 12, 2010 

  • Tips on Choosing Desktop Publishing Software

    In the process of choosing desktop publishing software applications, you must consider using trial versions first before making your final decision. This will assure you that your choice was an educated one.
    By Kristina Dems October 24, 2010 

  • Scribus Powerful Desktop Publishing for Free

    Whether you already work in desktop publishing, or are just starting out, you've probably heard about the big, complex, expensive products used in DTP to generate high-quality printable documents. The names are familiar, Adobe, Quark, Microsoft. But...
    By Brian Nelson October 24, 2010 


  • Microsoft Publisher 2010 Review - Should You Upgrade?

    Microsoft Publisher 2010 is now available to the public. Perhaps you are considering an upgrade, but wonder if it's really any different from your current version. The following Microsoft Publisher 2010 review will help you learn more about the program...
    By Tricia Goss October 24, 2010 

  • Reviewing PagePlus X5: Serif's Front Line Desktop Publishing Software

    PagePlus X5, the latest version of Serif's front line DTP software, has hit the streets. What's new in this release, and is it worth checking out? Read on as Bright Hub takes a closer look at the new features and capabilities of PagePlus X5...
    By Michele McDonough October 20, 2010 

  • Logo Design Studio Pro - Marketing Begins with a Custom Logo

    It's just human nature to judge a book by its cover. Not only that, we judge the cover by the logo. In today's marketing oriented world, a great logo can sell average products but an average logo can't sell anything. Let us see whether Logo...
    By PapaJohn October 19, 2010 


  • Review of InDesign CS5

    This InDesign CS5 review examines what's new in the premier print layout software. We'll talk about the exciting new enhancements that give this great program even more power than it had before. Read all about it in this InDesign CS5 review.
    By Bruce Tyson August 13, 2010 

  • Free Scanning Software Options

    If you have been searching for free scanning software but are unsure of which one to choose or where to find them, this article will help show you 5 of the best resources out there for you to try. Whether you are a business or individual, testing out...
    By Melanie Bremner August 8, 2010 

  • Freeware for Creating Your Own Glyphs

    If none of your glyphs are quite right for your project, perhaps you should consider making your own. Creating your own glyphs isn't as hard as you might think and there are a number of free software solutions that allow you to create your own characters...
    By Tom Alexander July 29, 2010 

  • Free OCR Software

    If you have a scanner, you have most of what you need to perform optical character recognition (OCR), but the cost of OCR software may be holding you back. Here you will discover free OCR software that takes the bite out of OCR while offering...
    By Bruce Tyson July 25, 2010 
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