Corel VENTURA

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Corel VENTURA

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(Previously "Ventura Publisher") The first full-featured desktop publishing program available for the IBM personal computer and compatibles. Ventura Publisher was originally distributed by Ventura, a wholy owned subsiduary of Xerox Corporation but was acquired by Corel Corporation in September 1993.

Latest version: Corel VENTURA 8, as of 1999-04-05.

http://corelnet.com/products/graphicsandpublishing/ventura8/index.htm.

Corel VENTURA

A Windows desktop publishing program from Corel. It is a full-featured program suited for producing books and other long documents and includes several graphics functions from CorelDRAW. Corel VENTURA was formerly Ventura Publisher, developed by a company that was later acquired by Xerox. The early versions were available for DOS, Windows, OS/2 and the Mac. In 1993, Corel acquired VENTURA and has continually enhanced it. With Corel's acquisition of SoftQuad in 2001, Corel VENTURA 10 incorporates support for XML publishing.
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The Easy Ventura Book: A SelfPaced Introduction to Xerox Ventura Publisher, by Rick Altman.
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Since then, Dixie College has purchased a Hewlett-Packard LaserJet printer and received Xerox Ventura Publisher Release 1.