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Desktop publishing, or DTP, is the process of editing and layout of printed material intended for publication, such as books, magazines, brochures, and the like using a personal computer. Desktop publishing software, such as QuarkXPress, InDesign, or PageMaker is specifically designed for such tasks. Such programs do not generally replace word processors and graphics applications, but are used to aggregate content created in these programs: text, bitmap graphics (such as images edited with Adobe Photoshop), and vector graphics (such as drawings/illustrations made with Adobe Illustrator).
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