Desktop Publishing (DTP) refers to the use of a digital desktop for laying out and constructing documents. The term is sometimes used to refer to processes that allow printing out paper copies of documents in a localized hardware scenario. It may also refer simply to the creation and construction of digital documents on a desktop. Desktop publishing is also known as computer-aided publishing.
Corel Draw: Corel Corporation developed and released a software program called CorelDRAW, a vector graphics editor. The software is a robust graphics suite, providing many features for users to edit graphics. These features include contrast adjustment, color balancing, adding special effects like borders to images, and it is capable of working with multiple layers and multiple pages. It is a graphic design software package available for the PC. Corel Draw enables users to create professional illustrations for newsletters, brochures, logos and web graphics. This software also includes photo editing tools.
Pagemaker: It is known for developing PageMaker, an early product in the desktop publishing field. The company is named after 15th-century Venetian printer Aldus Manutius, and was founded by Jeremy Jaech, Mark Sundstrom, Mike Templeman, Dave Walter, and chairman Paul Brainerd. Aldus Corporation was based in Seattle, Washington.
Adobe Pagemaker is an application from Adobe Company. It is a software used for Desktop Publishing. That means, we can design e-books, brochures, hand bills, visiting cards and other printing works. After designing in Adobe Pagemaker, you can take print in printing press.
PageMaker is the ultimate software tool and first desktop publishing program for producing professional quality business documents or publications useful for all purposes.