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Maul Publisher

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Maul Publisher Maul Publisher is an industrial strength desktop publisher capable of creating virtually all of the printing seen on everyday household items. You can use it to easily lay out newspapers, cards, books, labels, stamps, posters, charts, forms, and even designs like building plans or furniture arrangements.
Maul contains a huge number of sophisticated features specifically for publishing. These include booklet printing and collation, precision bitmap scaling, prepress  » Read more...
Maul Publisher

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 Maul Publisher 3.0
Partnr.DescriptionEuro *US$Euro incl. VAT 
324698 Maul Publisher 3.0 for OS/2 (digital delivery)113.85131.43137.76
 Maul Publisher 2.28
Partnr.DescriptionEuro *US$Euro incl. VAT 
324701 Maul Publisher 2.28 for Windows (digital delivery)57.9866.9370.16
 Maul Publisher 3.0
Partnr.DescriptionEuro *US$Euro incl. VAT 
642258 Maul Publisher 3.0 for OS/2 upgrade from 2.x (digital delivery)50.6058.4161.23

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Maul Publisher Maul Publisher is an industrial strength desktop publisher capable of creating virtually all of the printing seen on everyday household items. You can use it to easily lay out newspapers, cards, books, labels, stamps, posters, charts, forms, and even designs like building plans or furniture arrangements.
Maul contains a huge number of sophisticated features specifically for publishing. These include booklet printing and collation, precision bitmap scaling, prepress reports, color management, layout guides, style sheets, and much more. Maul is available in both german and english, and provides true multilingual support.
The following are all actual examples of how people use Maul:-

  • To create company logo's and clipart which can subsequently be copied and pasted into your preferred word processor. Maul's ability to place kerned text on a curve is a hot favorite.
  • To create Adobe½ Acrobat documents with a pdf distiller. On OS/2 this can be done with ePDF and Ghostscript
  • To create diagrams and flowcharts. Maul's ability to create vertical text or text on a line is a great bonus when it comes to labeling. Also, the objects can be easily grouped and rotated.
  • To create posters (or postage stamps). Maul's ability to scale to any page size helped to create the posters for an OS/2 exhibition in Belgium. Using a large inkjet lotter, the organisers were able to produce giant A0 posters in minutes.
  • To create badges and labels. The guides and ruler bars allow you to very precisely position the print on the label. Mail merge enables the production of badges or address labels. Best of all, you can use Maul's amazing graphics capabilities to really pep up those labels. Badges made with Maul Publisher have become a hot favorite at Warpstock Europe.
  • To create picture libraries. Maul's ability to offline images enabled an 80Mb publication to hold 600Mb worth of images, and made it possible to quickly browse and edit those images.
  • Banners. Web site creators often use Maul to create a banner. The banner can be directly exported as a JPEG image, for example. The site manglais.com was created in this way.
  • Architectural planning applications. Using Maul, a planning application was created showing floor plans, graphic designs for the finished building, and even photographs with graphical overlays showing the proposed changes. With the ruler bars scaled to show the true dimensions of the project, designing your dream home is easy.
  • Birthday cards to newsletters. Of course Maul is mostly used for this purpose, and you can also get away from that kind blocky look you get from the usual word processors or office applications.