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Old 08-14-2007, 06:55 AM   #2
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Originally Posted by Marilynx View Post
Friend of mine called last night and said, "Guess what... I found a copy, sealed, of Pagemaker 7 on Ebay, and it's enroute to you! Now, will you get those books together before I go crazy and my phone bill goes out the window?"

Step 1 on receipt of program: read the directions.

Step 2: install the program

Step 3: come out here to the DTP Forum and scream for help.
That sounds like fun. You should hurry and get into it, though — so there will be enough of us with useful collective memory about how to use PageMaker to be of help.

My current computer will run it, but am thinking of upgrading, and the next one will not run PageMaker at all. So do hurry up, ask your questions!

I may be able to recommend a couple of useful books on PageMaker. In fact, if I can find them, I may be able to send one to you!

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