Thu May 29 00:47:41 CEST 2003
On Wednesday 28 May 2003 05:44 pm, tech at atlantictechsolutions.com wrote:
> At Wed, 28 May 2003 16:48:20 -0400 , John Culleton <john at wexfordpress.com>
> It may share many concepts in the menu structure like Quark, but in my
> experience with documenting Scribus, its PDF Export features in power and
> ease of use are only matched by Indesign 2.0, so it has elements of both
> IMHO. Exporting directly from Quark is not its strength IME.
> From my experience supporting DTP users professionally, Franz has done a
> brilliant job of masking a great deal of the complexity of creating high
> quality PDF, without handcuffing advanced users. Distilling PDF with
> Quark, Pagemaker etc, is often fraught with errors for many users.
> You might be interested to see this:
> I think it is important to appreciate that Scribus is still a young and
> quickly developing project, which is entirely made of volunteers.
> I am of the mind there is a place for both Tex and Scribus. We are lucky to
> have both freely available with active development and support.
Thanks for your assistance. I fired up the product and tried to insert
some text. I could not put the product in text insert mode. Must I
enter text in some other program and then import it into Scribus? Or
does it have its own built-in text editor? (I think you will
appreciate the need for a tutorial :=)
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