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DESKTOP PUBLISHING February Review:
Dinosaurs and the Letter C

By February 29, 2012

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Let's use that extra day we have in February to leap back into what we covered this month. I dug up a bunch of Dinosaur Fonts for you to colorize and turn into prehistoric works of art. And most of the new and the updated glossary terms this month all started with the letter C. No reason. That's just how it worked out. Here's the recap:

Desktop Publishing Glossary Terms Added or Expanded This Month:
There's a B thrown in there but the letter C predominates, and many of them deal with paper:

Our readers continued to express dissatisfaction with PrintMaster 2/2011/2012. Issues include lack of a manual, loss of intuitiveness, and lengthy install process. As one reviewer writes, " The older version would not work on my new computer. Instead of using the power of new technology to improve the program most of the features were eliminated..." Good point. You need to upgrade because you've upgraded your computer but the software upgrade is actually a step (or more) backward.

Reader Reviews: PrintMaster

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