PageMaker was the first desktop publishing (DTP) program, introduced in 1985. The last version is PageMaker 7.0 released in July 2001. In 2004, Adobe announced that development for Adobe PageMaker had ceased but that Adobe would continue to sell and support it. InDesign is presented as the successor product.
• Automatically rearrange a document’s pages into printer spreads for professional printing
• Automatically create and style bulleted and numbered lists
• Create customised publications (e.g. catalogues, business cards)
• Resize and move images and their frames or reposition content in relation to frames using the “Position tool”
A&H use case 1 description:
The corpus of Anglo-Saxon stone sculpture utilise Pagemaker during the production of project documentation.
Aldus Corporation (in early versions), Adobe Systems Incorporated