I have two PDFs:

One comparing InDesign CS4, FrameMaker 9, and QuarkXPress 8

The older one comparing InDesign CS3, FrameMaker 8, and QuarkXPress 7

What program one chooses greatly depends on the type of projects one will
work on. If one is working on a large variety of projects--such as books,
newsletters, brochures, and proposals--I would look hard at InDesign. If
strictly working with larger book-type projects, one has to look at the
features of each program vs. what is needed (such as typographic quality or
column-spanning heads).

Another thing to look at is the equipment one has; typically InDesign
requires more computing power and RAM to run smoothly compared to

David Creamer
IDEAS Training & Consultation
Adobe Certified Trainer for Photoshop, Illustrator, Acrobat, InDesign,
InCopy, FrameMaker, Dreamweaver, Premiere, GoLive, and PageMaker
Authorized Quark Training Provider
Enfocus PitStop, Markzware FlightCheck, & FileMaker Authorized Trainer

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