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You ae probably better off with a page layout program like PageMaker
At 4:39 PM 1/25/95 -0500, Laurie Rubin wrote:
>What software do you recommend to create a brochure? I have Word 6.0
>and FrameMaker 4 on a PC. I found only one brochure template with Word,
>and nothing with FrameMaker. Any suggestions, including use these in
>other ways, or other software (such as, QuarkExpress or PrintShop)?
>Any recommendations on creating a brochure that will generate sales (the
>product is new training equipment for martial arts, startup company)?
>For those who created brochures from your own bank account, do you recommend
>doing the work first and then giving it over to a printer to make glossies, or
>just give ideas and have the printer do all the work?
>lmr -at- syl -dot- nj -dot- nec -dot- com
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