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    And if you have any prior experience with either Quark or PageMaker, you can pretty much just open up InDesign and hit the ground running. There's not that much of a learning curve at all, unless you count hitting the "help" button and just finding out more and more neat things you always wished your layout software could do, and now it can.

    That's how I made the seed catalog. :)

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    I use pagemaker for just about everything (and I think that's the precursor to inDesign).

    My experiences with publisher have been way less than stellar -- the layering on it just stinks, and it randomly just did whatever it wanted to do. (Go figure. Microsoft = the Devil, alright.)

    I'm not sure what look you're going for with your zine, but the good old fashioned cut and paste isn't too bad, either, depending on how much you're going to do.


 
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