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akashlee

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How do you do it?
If you don't use power point
then which program do you use?
Thanks guys :tazz:
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warriorscot

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Power point is software for presentations you would never use it to make a book cover thats just daft.

You would preferably use publisher or something similar or you can use word but its not as good as publisher.
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where do you microsoft publisher?
is there a free place where you can get it?
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As Warriorscor said powerpoints for presentations. The best program for anything related to computer graphics (excluding 3d) is Adobe Photoshop. Just get a hold of version 7 instead of CS2, should be cheaper. You can make anythin in PS.
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Are you kidding photoshop costs hundreds of pounds for the proper edition, even the cheapo cut downs cost alot.

Publisher comes with some of the MS office packages but its not free if you dont have that office package, you can use word but like i said its not as good, if your looking for free you might be able to get something done with open office, but image editing software like photoshop or the freeware alternatives takes some experience to use.
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depending on the book...you could also just use word...i'm sure you'[d be able to figure it out...if it's just a matter of inserting images and text...it can get tricky...but it's not that bad.....or for free..you can get openoffice.org stuff...works really well
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