LinuxDevCenter: Scribus: Open Source Desktop Publishing

“Sometimes putting words to paper requires more than just a word
processor. For designing and publishing newsletters, magazines,
catalogs, and other printed pages that feature fonts (and graphics,
photographs, or other images), a page layout application works
best. Scribus is such a solution for Linux. While there are other
desktop publishing (DTP) applications for Linux, based mostly on
TeX and LaTex, Scribus sports a friendlier user interface and more
features. In fact, it has evolved into a worthy competitor to the
print industry’s premier layout programs for the PC and Mac:
PageMaker and QuarkXPress. Its development has also helped to
advance the use of font typefaces and color management on

Complete Story

Get the Free Newsletter!

Subscribe to Developer Insider for top news, trends, & analysis