Create a flyer with the free Scribus desktop publishing software

Conclusions

Scribus impresses as a practical layout tool for all Linux users. However, it is also used frequently on Windows and Mac OS X, not only because it is free – unlike the outrageously expensive professional tools Adobe InDesign and QuarkXPress – but because it is easy to use and returns professional results.

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