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DTP package OvationPro in minor update

Published: 21st Jan 2009, 08:28:01 | Permalink | Printable

David Pilling has tweaked his popular publishing software with some minor bug fixes and released a version dated January 14, according to MyRISCOS.

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Good to see that David P continues to think of RISC OS users. Ovation Pro, with its ability to run on Windows as well and transfer documents easily between the two platforms, is my preferred DTP option; RISC OS offers a superior GUI for dtp, and Windows enables output of industry-standard postscript files, so I get the best of both worlds.

 is a RISC OS Userbucksboy on 21/1/09 2:53PM
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