[Scribus] Best way to explore Scribus Code

Christoph Schäfer christoph-schaefer
Wed Mar 15 02:49:55 CET 2006

Hi Asif,

Am Freitag, 3. M?rz 2006 04:29 schrieb Asif Lodhi:
> Hi Riku,
> Thanks for replying.
> On 3/2/06, Riku Leino <tsoots at gmail.com> wrote:
> > DTP skills are not needed to be able to contribute to the project. X.....
> Don't you think it's better to pickup the DTP concepts first?  I am
> thinking about using any other good DTP package with a good help
> system and documentation.  Do you recommend any?  Is quark available
> on Windows?  In-Design?  

Both are available for Windows. At the moment, you can even download a beta 
version of QXP 7 for free. Adobe offers a 30 day trial version of InDesign.

> How good is their documentation from the 
> perspective of teaching a complete layman when it comes to DTP?

For lay people insufficient, unfortunately. But there are very good books on 
both programs and DTP in general available. If you have a book shop 
specialised in computer books in your neighbourhood, try to find out what 
suits your needs.



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