[scribus] Ventura Publisher

eric hanuise ehanuise at fantasybel.net
Thu Aug 5 08:58:47 CEST 2010

Scribus is very capable, and you can try the windows version to test it 
out before you take the big leap .

On 05/08/10 01:45, Baseball Bob wrote:
> Submitted on 08/05/2010
> Submitted by anonymous user: []
> Submitted values are:
>   Name: Baseball Bob
>   Email Address: RLN37 at yahoo.com
>   Subject: Ventura Publisher
>   Message:
> I am trying to drop Windows altogether, and go to Ubuntu.  But I run a 
> baseball league for kids every summer, and depend on Ventura Publisher 
> ( a WYSIWYG desktop publishing program) to make all necessary forms, 
> and to produce good-looking many-page manuals for coaches and 
> parents.  I wonder if moving to Scribus would be workable for me?  I 
> don't need absolute compatibility with Ventura, but I have found 
> Ventura to be very convenient over the years, so would like a Linux 
> DTP program that has similar attributes.  Would Scribus be good for 
> me?  Or is it mainly just a single-page layout program, that might bog 
> down when tackling something like a 35-page user manual for example?
>   About your Scribus program:
>     Version:
>     Prebuilt/Compiled: Prebuilt
>     Build Date:
>   Your operating system and CPU:
>     Type: Windows
>     Version: Vista or Windows 7
>     CPU type: 32bit (Intel/AMD - i386)
> The results of this submission may be viewed at:
> http://www.scribus.net/?q=node/158/submission/493
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