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Old 10-13-2008, 06:02 PM   #1
johnnyboy
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Default Suitable software

I am an older person who has spent the last 3 years transcribing a large number of letters written in the mid 1800's. I have transcibed them using Word 2003 and would now like to get them ready for publication. They will have a very limited sale so keeping the expense down is important and because of that I am thinking of doing the design work myself and having it printed by Lulu. I did a short course for Indesign but have decided that it is too expensive to buy and am now thinking of Serif PagePlus X3 Publisher Professional. Could Members please comment on the practicality of me doing that and also the ease of use of PagePlus?
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