Until the end of the month, anyone who buys or upgrades to the layout software -- an Adobe InDesign competitor -- will get the upcoming version 10.
Upgrade if you're a legacy QuarkXPress user and want Mac OS X support; otherwise, try Adobe InDesign.
Companies like Corel, Xara, Nitro, Nuance, and Pixelmator are taking advantage of customers' displeasure with Adobe's shift from selling Creative Suite perpetual licenses to Creative Cloud subscriptions.
Quark is at the top of the desktop publishing food chain, and we recommend it for high-end projects. For a less expensive, nonprofessional solution, try Microsoft Publisher.
The crown jewel in this collection is Serif PagePlus X6, which normally sells for $99.99 all by itself.
This powerful desktop-publishing suite is a steal--especially when you compare it to programs costing 10 times more.
Users of older versions of Photoshop must decide whether to upgrade to CS5 soon--or jump aboard next year's $600-per-year subscription plan for the full Creative Suite.
Even at its regular price of $100, this desktop-publishing suite is a steal--especially when you compare it to DTP programs costing five and six times more.
New WritePad 5 app for iPad, Android adds ability to sync with another popular app, Evernote. Marriage points to future where unrelated apps from diverse manufacturers work together on smartphones, tablets.
Desktop publishing lives! This top-rated program normally sells for around $90, but today only you can snag it for a fraction of the price--no rebates required!