Alternatives to Microsoft Office Publisher for all platforms with any license

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  • iWork - Pages icon

    iWork - Pages

    Pages is a streamlined word processor and an easy-to-use page layout tool for the Mac. It allows you to be a writer one minute and a designer the next, always with a...

    Commercial Mac iPhone iPad

  • Swift Publisher icon

    Swift Publisher

    Swift Publisher is an excellent Macintosh page layout application for designing and printing colorful flyers, newsletters, brochures, letterheads, booklets, etc. A great...

    Commercial Mac

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    Lucidpress

    Lucidpress is a web-based design and layout application that enables anyone to create beautiful print and digital documents. PERFECT FOR PRINT: We've eliminated...

    Freemium Web

    • It's much more modern than Publisher. Love it for my small business! Guest • Jun 2015 Disagree   Agree
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    Serif Pageplus

    PagePlus is the easy to use, all-in-one solution for professional desktop publishing, creative design, full PDF editing and quality print work. The intuitive interface...

    Freemium Windows

    • Discontinued Serif will not release another major version of any of our ‘Plus’ range applications. They will however continue to be available for the foreseeable future. https://community.serif.com/forum/other%20products/74586/affinity-is-coming-to-windows
  • GrafX Creative Studio icon

    GrafX Creative Studio

    With Grafx Creative Studio, you can create professional business cards, brochures, letterhead, folders, logo designs, portfolio, small animations and much more. Grafx...

    Commercial Windows

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    RagTime

    RagTime is both a traditional Office and DTP layout application. Like an office application, RagTime contains a powerful word processor, a sophisticated spreadsheet, and...

    Commercial Mac Windows

  • PageStream icon

    PageStream

    Pagestream is a proprietary desktop publishing program for Linux, Windows, Macintosh, and Amiga. It was originally released under the name Publishing Partner in 1986.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux AmigaOS

  • PrintMaster

    Make your own photo greeting cards, menus, invitations, labels, scrapbook pages, family trees, brochures, business cards, newsletters, letterhead, and more. PrintMaster...

    Commercial Mac Windows

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    Layup

    Layup is your technical partner, and preferred tool, while creating unique experiences on the web. Web design is now in the hands of the designer. Creatives are free to...

    Free Personal Web

  • SpringPublisher icon

    SpringPublisher

    SpringPublisher is a professional and easy to use desktop publishing software. With its included various templates and online template store, powerful multi-layer...

    Free Personal Windows

    • Warning installs potential malware
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    Passepartout

    Passepartout is a desktop publishing system that is based on the idea of automatic typesetting of streams of XML based text documents.The project was started back in...

    Open Source Linux

    • Discontinued The last update was released on August 5th, 2007.

Microsoft Office Publisher Comments

use adobe indesign if your doing serious work

Comment by Kagerjay
about Microsoft Office Publisher · 14 days ago ·

publisher is ok but your time is better invested in learning something more scalable down the road like Small Adobe InDesign iconAdobe InDesign

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Publisher probably isn't the best software out there for do ...

Comment by OmgItsTheSmartGuy
about Microsoft Office Publisher · Jun 2011 ·

Publisher probably isn't the best software out there for doing... whatever you call what Publisher does. However, it's simple and it works for me. Adobe InDesign made my head hurt. :P

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Good enough for the average user like myself. It offers mor ...

Comment by BrianG
about Microsoft Office Publisher · Jun 2011 ·

Good enough for the average user like myself. It offers more flexibility than Word, and its familiar interface makes it easy to learn if you a Office user.

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