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Desktop Application Development

Desktop publishing is a term coined in the 1980s after the development of a specific type of software for creating materials for print; however, today desktop publishing encompasses more than just print communication and utilizes many different types of software. The basic goal of desktop publishing remains the same: a process for creating materials for visual communication.

In short, desktop publishing is the process of using the computer and specific types of software to combine text and graphics to produce documents such as newsletters, brochures, books, etc. Desktop publishing software is a tool for both graphic designers and non-designers to create visual communications for professional or desktop printing.

Desktop publishing is the use of the computer and specialized software to create documents for desktop or commercial printing. Desktop publishing refers to the process of using the computer to produce documents such as newsletters, brochures, books, and other publications that were once created manually using a variety of non-computer techniques along with large complex phototypesetting machines. Today desktop publishing software does it all - almost. But before PageMaker and other desktop publishing software there were e-scales, paste-up, and other non-desktop computer ways of putting together a design for printing.

Properly speaking, desktop publishing is the technical assembly of digital files in the proper format for printing. In practical use, much of the "graphic design" process is also accomplished using desktop publishing and graphics software and is sometimes included in the definition of desktop publishing.

Although still technically correct and based on the history of desktop publishing, this definition puts desktop publishing squarely in the realm of print design. It also refers almost exclusively to work created using page layout software, with perhaps some word processing and graphics software uses as well.

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