"There has always been resistance from many, especially small
business enterprises in using Linux based computer systems. And the
major reason that is cited by most or all of them is the issue with
Desktop Publishing (DTP) application. However, for those who feel
pessimistic about using Linux can now relax their apprehensions
"Scribus is apparently a very well known page design feature for
Linux users and is referred to as a user-friendly interface with a
professional-strength page layout application. Loaded with design
and visualizing features like CMYK (Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and
Black) color, separations, Spot Colors, ICC (International Color
Consortium) color management and versatile PDF creation. What
Windows/Mac has and Linux doesn't?
"It is a crystal clear fact that the Desktop Publishing feature
that is in the possession of Windows and Mac users are unbeatable
and cannot be found in Linux."
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