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Aldus PageMaker (version 4.2)

Aldus PageMaker is a desktop publishing program developed by Aldus Corporation for Apple Macintosh. The first version of PageMaker was released in July 1985. It was the first ever commercial desktop publishing application.

PageMaker version 4.2 was released in 1992 and introduced such features as story editor, plug-in system "Aldus additions", and a scripting language for automating PageMaker operations.

In 1995 Aldus Corporation was acquired by Adobe, which re-introduced PageMaker as Adobe PageMaker and later replaced by Adobe InDesign.

Platform : Apple Macintosh
Format : 3.5" Disk
Publisher : Aldus
Authors : Aldus
Date : 1992

Other Software by Aldus:

Item Manufacturer Platform Format Date
Aldus PageMaker (version 4.2) Aldus Apple Macintosh 3.5" Disk 1992
Aldus Pagemaker Aldus Apple Macintosh 3.5 Disk 1993

Information About Aldus:




This exhibit has a reference ID of CH51923. Please quote this reference ID in any communication with the Centre for Computing History.
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