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Should I use Publisher or InDesign to create a newsletter?

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Should I use Publisher or InDesign to create a newsletter?

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There is no clear answer to this question as both software packages are good options. Publisher will be the easiest of the products to begin using, but is considered less “professional.” It works much like MS Word, and does a great job with quick and easy publications like newsletters. You can create basic newsletters within a few hours os starting to use Publisher. Adobe Indesign is probably best for creating high-quality, multi-page newsletters and catalogs. It works similarly to the popular layout program named Quark, and is good at arranging blocks of text across several pages of a publication. InDesign doesn’t contain as many tools for creating graphical elements as Illustrator or Photoshop, but does a good job in arranging elements together to form an overall layout. (The Emory Center for Lifelong Learning uses Indesign to create our course catalog).

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