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You really have in Photoshop everything you are likely to need, at least for now. If you were setting out to do this for a living, I'd steer you toward InDesign and Illustrator, but for your purposes you can (and professional designers do, in many cases, depending on the specific design) work entirely in Photoshop. If you find you need to create ...


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Consider this: You have PS or Gimp for your photo manipulation. Then you have a vector-based programme like Illustrator or Inkscape for scalable vector work. Then, finally, you have InDesign or Scribus as the desktop publishing programme where it all comes together. The last two are desktop publishing programmes, and as such, are programmes commonly ...


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There are many applications that can do this. I have explained two options that you may consider: (1) Paid Applications: (from Adobe) a. Photoshop - Image manipulation b. Illustrator - Vector Graphics c. Indesign - Layout your cover page/book exactly for Print & Publishing (2) Free Applications: (Open Source) a. GIMP - Image manipulation b. Inkscape - ...


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One option, you could do is setup a specific CSS stylesheet for your website for print. This way you can designate a style different than your site. It's as simple as adding new styles inside a media query of your stylesheet and add the new styles inside. @media print{ print style here } This site has a pretty good breakdown. ...



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