EnVision Publisher for Windows 3.0
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|Envision Publisher is a very well done desktop-publishing program. Use its intuitive visual design environment to create newsletters, flyers, brochures, business cards, greeting cards, invitations, menus, and more.|
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|OS||Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows NT, Windows 2000|
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Envision Publisher is a very well done desktop-publishing program. Use its intuitive visual design environment to create newsletters, flyers, brochures, business cards, greeting cards, invitations, menus, and more. It offers full control over text, impressive image import capabilities, a full set of drawing tools, spell checking, and a thesaurus. Other nice features include extensive customization capabilities, type style sheet creation, and an advanced master page system. Plus, several TrueType fonts are included as a bonus. Two levels of registration are provided; the higher-priced edition comes with twice the number of templates and a longer period of free technical support. Even though it's a 16-bit Windows app that doesn't support long filenames, Envision Publisher should definitely be considered if you're in need of a powerful, yet easy-to-use desktop-publishing solution.
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