slide/poster drawing software
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Subject: Re: slide/poster drawing software
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> >The thing is that you're doing several graphics tasks which none of
> >them can all cover adequately.
> [commentary on specific programs deleted]
> As you may see from all the answers you have received, there is not
> such thing like "the easy choice software".
> Considering all the comments you have received, you should be by know
> more enlightened (or perhaps more confused?) than before.
> Want a tip? Try to get free demos of the software the netters mentioned
> and make the final evaluation by yourself to see if one of them really
> fit your needs and your pocket. Most of software companies offer them.
> It is worth the trial.
>As an extra bit of information on this, most will also charge you
>about $10 for each demo/working demo disk; if you have FTP
>capabilities, there are several demos available (e.g. try CICA).
>However, if you go for the $10 demo and eventually buy their
>software, they will credit you the difference. It's actually not a
>bad way to preview everything you want to look at and a lot better
t>han blowing all the money on the wrong package [which will get you
Want another hint?
Look for the demos in local BBSs. No wait, no fuss. And you keep your money
for the software you decide as right for your purposes.
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