Dé hAoine, 2004-02-13 ag 18:12, scríobh John McDonnell:
> OpenOffice.org doesn't have a DTP component. Try Scribus for that.
>http://www.scribus.net/>> A word processor is not a DTP application.
OK, but you can use OO.o for doing fairly flexible layout with text
boxes and there's some support for "Word Art" stuff. It can handle
images and you can colour text and drawing objects with patterns,
gradients, etc. Bear in mind I was thinking in terms of what a
12-year-old might want to do with DTP, so colour separations and
Then again it's free software, so she can install OpenOffice.org,
scribus and TeX and try out the lot!
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