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Scribus Editor's Review
Scribus is an Open Source program that brings professional page layout to Mac OS X and Windows desktops with a combination of press-ready output and new approaches to page design. Underneath a modern and user-friendly interface, Scribus supports professional publishing features, such as color separations, CMYK and Spot Color support, ICC color.
Back in the day, anyone who wanted desktop publishing tools had to choose between the expense of dedicated software such as Adobe Pagemaker or QuarkXpress (which could be a costly mistake if you picked one that you didn't get on with) or the sheer frustration of trying to produce decent layout in Microsoft Word.
Today Adobe InDesign is the clear choice for those with serious cash to splash, but Scribus offers a genuinely viable open source option. It's relatively simple to use, though it may take a while to adjust to the fact that there aren't any toolbars or menu bars displayed by default, so you'll need to switch them on as you need them. That said, the clean approach does make good use of the available space.
As well as having all the features you'd expect in terms of layout and design, such as automatically flowing text through a series of frames, which can be in different shapes, it's clear this isn't just a toy for producing posters for a child's birthday. It has serious print production tools such as pre-flight checks that simulate exactly how your project will transfer from screen to page at a commercial printers' facilities.
There are a few niggles, such as the fact you'll need to install open source software GIMP if you want to resize images 'within' Scribus itself. Overall though, it's a credible alternative for anyone needing light to medium desktop publishing.
Pros: Fantastic product for free; impressive range of pro-style features
Cons: Takes a little learning; help guides a little lacking
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Conclusions: May not be the choice if you're in the publishing business, but otherwise could be a real economy.