brochure software

Sun 14 Dec, 2008 12:05 pm
What is the easiest,step by step brochure designing and printing software I can buy.
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Robert Gentel
Sun 14 Dec, 2008 01:36 pm
You'd be better off hiring a designer, you can get the job done for less than you'd spend on software, and based on your question it doesn't sound like you know what to do with the software anyway.

I don't know any brochure generators that do anything useful, and most professional brochures are made with professional software (like Adobe's creative suite).
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Sun 14 Dec, 2008 02:05 pm
You don't say which operating system you are using so it is difficult to recommend anything specific. Here is what is available:

List of Desktop Publishing software. Click the software name for info specific to each program.


Desktop Publishing software feature comparisons:


I have experience with Adobe PageMaker, MS Publisher, and MS Office, and can't say I was happy with any of them. Adobe is overpriced and not easy or quick to learn (it is the best though), Publisher used to be proprietary and caused problems when attempting to transfer files between Mac and PC systems. Don't know if that is still the case. (Mac is the preference of most graphic designers and print shops), Office is okay, but doesn't offer much depth.
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Sun 14 Dec, 2008 02:11 pm
You might be interested in an online brochure design process such as provided by a site like this:


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Sun 14 Dec, 2008 02:21 pm
What Robert said.
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Fri 19 Oct, 2012 11:00 am
You forgot to include the images when you copied it from here:

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Sun 4 Nov, 2012 09:21 pm
Hello Friends,

Brochures can be a company's tactical tool that can be used for promotion material to help advertise your products at tradeshows, or to attract potential buyers that might want to buy your invention. That's one of the reasons why, in order to succeed, every company must make brochures to hand out to their customers.
Step 1: Start a new brochure project
Run Print Creations, click on "Create New Project" and choose "Brochures & Flyers".
Step 2: Select the Template
This brochure software provides countless templates for different products, such as Yoga Studio, Wealth Management, and etc. You can zoom in them to view the details and choose one which suits your product's style.
Step 3: Photo and Text Composition
Click "Get Pictures" to import your photos that can give your prospects expression of what the product or service is. Drag them to the brochure workspace.
Step 4: Share or Print your Brochure
After preview, click on "Share" button. You have two options: Email the brochures to your business customers directly, or save them as image files for further use.

Thanks and Regards
Agili Ron
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Stephen Jones
Mon 5 Nov, 2012 02:11 am
Hello Community,

Brochures can be a company's tactical tool that can be used for promotion material to help advertise your products at trade shows, or to attract potential buyers that might want to buy your invention. Print creation is the useful brochure software to help you create professional-quality brochures quickly and inexpensively. This program offers hundreds of templates and photo & text editing capability. Brochures, pamphlets and flyers are often the entrance point to your larger marketing efforts: their primary goal is not only to educate a potential customer about your products or services, but also to highlight the simple fact that your organization offers a better set of products, services or solutions when compared to the competition. Better brochure software starts with better components. Our constantly updated selection of custom designed and fully customizable options afford you easy access and complete control over developing a unique and high quality brochure, pamphlet or promotional flyer tailored exactly to the needs of your business.

Best Regards,
Stephen Jones
Mon 5 Nov, 2012 07:37 am
@Stephen Jones,
Yanno, bot spammers, if you're going to copy/paste stuff from those fine folks at eHow, you might want to spend 5 seconds and figure out if the identical info has already been posted on the same topic.

BIG HINT, LOSERS - the people of this forum are too smart to fall for your crap.
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