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Corel ventura

text, graphics
(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.
Home (http://corelnet.com/products/graphicsandpublishing/ventura8/index.htm).


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