Maul Publisher is a professional-strength, almighty solution for desktop publishing. It has an illusory-simple interface, which hides well organized huge bunch of capabilities, useful for the creation of virtually any printing work.
Works you create with Maul Publisher have the hierarchical, modular organization. An entire project is divided into pages; each of them can have any number of frames, with each frame having any number of layered objects. «Object» means any printable content bitmaps (from files and clip-arts), shapes and borders, certainly, texts; Maul Publisher associates its own «handler» with each object type, it allows separating features and actions for leaving the interface simple yet powerful.
Each separate content handler in Maul Publisher is perfect. For example, text can be written along any free form. There are strong hyphenation and spell-checking capabilities. Any shape (including text) can become clip path and be filled with bitmap background, and so on. At a higher level, as for pages, the software also provides a high level of automation: master pages (which are templates for laying out frames in other pages), auto-numbering, and many complex printing options, like the automatic booklets, printing of any number of pages onto one physical sheet and so on.
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