By | November 3, 2021


Create professional-quality print publications

Create a wide variety of publications in PageMaker, from simple one-page flyers to complex reports. Build
your own publications from scratch, or take advantage of hundreds of predesigned templates that you can
modify to suit your needs.

Easy-to-use layout and design features

Insert placeholder frames for text and graphics. Lay out publications with ease by creating frames to hold
text and graphics. Add nonprinting guides that help you position objects on pages precisely.
Master pages In multipage publications, your design is more cohesive if each page is built on a master page.
Use master pages to specify and apply different page designs, such as margins, headers and footers, column
guides, and backgrounds, within a single publication. Create, modify, and delete objects on master pages
just as you would with any other objects.

Layers Using layers, set up a single file for multiple versions of a publication, add annotations, and experiment with layouts by placing objects on different layers. By placing text on separate layers, you control
which objects are visible and work faster by turning off the graphics layer.Layout Adjustment Save time using the Adjust Layout feature to automatically reposition, resize, and reflow
text blocks, frames, and graphics when you revise the layout framework of a page or a whole publication.
For example, you can quickly refashion a four-column publication to a two-column format. PageMaker
then reflows the text and graphics on each page to match the new settings.
Advanced word-processing capabilities
Type and format text directly in layout view, or take advantage of the story editor, a built-in word processor
that makes it easy to create and edit text. Set tabs and indents, spell-check publications, insert tables, and
perform other word-processing tasks in PageMaker.
Once text is in PageMaker, it is part of a story. A PageMaker story is similar to an article in a newspaper.
Several stories may appear on the same page and continue elsewhere on a different page in a publication.
If you need to work on long publications, assemble multiple publications into a book so that you can work
on them as a whole—create a table of contents and an index, renumber pages, and print the book—while
retaining the ability to work on each publication independently. When you export a publication to Adobe
PDF, you can automatically create bookmarks and hypertext links for a table of contents and index entries
in Adobe PDF files.

Professional composition and typography

Graphics and text objects

Common interface features

Photoshop, Illustrator, and PDF file import

Data merge

Consistent, predictable color
PageMaker provides several features that enhance color output, whether you’re printing to a desktop printer
or a commercial press. Ensure consistent and predictable color throughout your design, proofing, and
printing process. Use knockout, overprint, and trapping to compensate for misregistration or hue shift
between colors.
Each publication contains its own collection of colors, available through the Colors palette. Define your own
colors, select them from a color-matching system, or import them with an EPS graphic.
Easily specify spot or process colors, import spot colors from EPS files to the PageMaker palette, convert image
formats from RGB to CMYK TIFF for separations, and instantly remove unused colors from a publication file.

Minimum Requirement:

  • OS Required Windows 2000, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows NT 4.0 SP 5 or later.
  • OS Family Windows.
  • Min Processor Type Intel Pentium.
  • Min RAM Size 32 MB.
  • Min Hard Drive Space 175 MB.

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  • File Size: 142MB
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  • File Type: zip
  • Installer Type: Offline


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