My esteemed listmates,
I need to work on graphics on my personal laptop which does not have MS
Publisher on it. I can't work on graphics online so Office 365 is not an
I thought I might use Libre Draw (sometimes Writer is good like
changing background colors) as a substitute for MS Publisher but it seems
to have its own methods/learning curve.
I don't see where you find Starbursts or thought balloons like one can in
Publisher. Is that possible in Draw?
Has anyone found a comparison chart of how to do a function in MS Publisher
-vs- how to do that same function in Libre Draw?
I've Googled it and not found any.
After the wordprocessor battles were won by MS, MS released a chart for
former WordPerfect users displaying you how you used to do a function in
WordPerfect and how you do that same function in Word. Anything like that
Or maybe there's a free (cheap), easy to learn and use (not GIMP) graphic
program you've found as a viable substitute for MS Publisher?
Scribus is free but has an equivalent learning curve to GIMP - and if you
don't use GIMP regularly it's onerous to recall how to do tasks.
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