Applications :: Mac Program Is Similar To MS Publisher?Mar 5, 2010
What Mac program is similar to MS Publisher?
What Mac program is similar to MS Publisher?
I need to produce compliment slips etc and have trouble with pages. I used to find publisher very good, is there a similar one for mac?View 1 Replies View Related
I am going to purchase a photo organizing/editing program soon (probably iPhoto), but I was wondering if there are any online, free or inexpensive programs that are comparable. The program that I buy must fit this criteria:
-Sufficient storage for many digital photos (This would eliminate Picasa's free service)
-Compatible with OS Tiger 10.4x
-Easy organization such as thumbnail viewing (or comparable to iPhoto's "Events")
Currently, I am trying to find a used copy of iLife '08, but many seem overpriced considering that iLife '09 is out. Ideally, I would like to spend no more than $35.
Is there a program that does what imockups is going to do? I would like to use it on my macbook pro with osx.View 1 Replies View Related
I know this is a Mac forum, but i need a little help finding a program and I thought I'd get the best results here. I'm looking for a program that is similar to OSX's Time Machine to backup my parent's PC. It is an HP and runs Windows XP and I have a Western Digital 750 GB USB external drive. Really, the main thing I want to backup is documents and music files. is there a program similar to Time Machine for Windows XP? Something I can set up to backup new files every few days or so?
I know I can use AOL IM, but I was wondering if when I bootcamp over to my Windows 7 partition if there was a good chat program out there that has the balloon pop-ups similar to iChat.View 4 Replies View Related
I wasn't sure where to put this post, but does anyone know where I can find a similar program to Fruity Loops on mac os x?View 7 Replies View Related
I've done everything I can think about to fix Handbrake, and not having any luck. Is there another program that will work the same way that Handbrake does that works well on macs? Handbrake keeps shutting off about 30% of the way in. No matter what movie it is, it shuts off.View 4 Replies View Related
I'm looking for a program that sorts out info for TV shows and movies a la Tune Up, where you drag the files to the program and it sorts it out for you.View 3 Replies View Related
Is there an app similar to Microsoft Streets & Trips? I use MS Streets & Trips heavily but have small screen PC.Looking for a program that uses the big screen Mac monitor.
Info:iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)
I just switched from windows to mac. So far its been good till i tried iPhoto.
I like to organize my collections of photos. I HATE how iPhoto reorganize the whole stuff on its own. And I think the file sizes of the photos are different. ANYWAY, What I want to know is:::Is there any other application that is similar to windows photo gallery in mac?
I want to capture selections on my screen and add comments. Is there a program out there that will allow me to do that? I don't like the "grab it" program because it saves the captured file in a Tiff format instead of a Jpeg format.View 11 Replies View Related
is it possible to take a program made from a PC and make it run on a mac? without crossover (it never works)its not a complex program but it never works from meView 4 Replies View Related
whats the best and easy to use dtp for the mac?View 5 Replies View Related
I switched to a 27" iMac in November and have moved the majority of my work from my PC. I need a program or app similar to MS Publisher for a monthly newsletter.View 2 Replies View Related
finding a Mac version of Microsoft Publisher? I have already tried Scribus, but it just kept closing for no reason even before it started.View 1 Replies View Related
I have Mac Office 2008 on my iMac and have been emailed a letter attachment in Microsoft Publisher and I am at a loss how to read and use this document.View 11 Replies View Related
I went to Office Depot and asked the cashier, when purchasing, if it would work for Mac. She said "yeah." Well, I'm thinking I didn't get the right info.
So now I feel like I am stuck with this. I had bought it because I was needing to open some Publisher docs sent to me, and the free trials online didn't seem to work.
how can I open Microsoft publisher files?
iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.4)
I am trying to switch my email program from Thunderbird to the mac email program Mail.Thunderbird has been playing up a lot recently and am tired of the glitches.
I have all the correct server settings etc and succesfully imported my mailboxes. The problem is that when I send an email it isn't from the right email address?? Is this a Mail problem or smth to do with my settings? I'm with Virgin media and have a separate set of email address through my website for my business so my email address are through freeola that I am using through Thunderbird.I'm sorry if this all sounds very stupid but I am pulling my hair out trying to figure out where I have gone wrong!
Got a Mac last week, and it's great. However I need something similar to winrar on windows. I tried the Unarchiver, but it won't work for me.View 5 Replies View Related
Is there a way to view an install log that shows where every file is placed/created during the install of applications? If not, is there an app which has this functionality?View 10 Replies View Related
OpenOffice vs. NeoOffice
I've reached the point where I think it's time to finally wean myself from Classic applications (and data file formats) that I currently use on my old PowerMac g4 (still running 10.3.9).
I have both a white intel iMac and a new MacBook Pro which (of course) don't run Classic (at least not without a lot of haggling with Sheepshaver, etc.), and the g4 is 6+ years old and can't last forever.
I'm looking at iWork but it looks like a mess compared to AppleWorks, which I've used for years (I also still use an OLD copy of Microsoft Works running under Classic to maintain some databases that go as far back as 1987!). And iWork doesn't even contain a database module (granted, Filemaker Pro exists for that -- but for my usage, it's overkill).
I've downloaded and am experimenting with both OpenOffice and NeoOffice. They look very similar.
I have found more and more that when I am working and switching between apps etc I quite often mistake the iPhoto icon for the iWeb icon in my dock. When entrenched with work and zipping around the screen a quick glance at either icon and a reflex movement to open one of them often results in the wrong app opening. So you have to stop working, wait for the wrong app to load then close it.
Does anybody else think the two icons are too similar?
Sure I could separate them a bit more in the dock but I keep my apps in a particular order in the dock to aid my workflow. Wouldnt the best thing be to change the icon of iWeb? I think all it needs is the colour of the orange photo changing to blue or something to distinguish it more from the iPhoto icon.
Thats just me venting and kind of trying to drum up support so you will send feedback to Apple to get it changed.
For several years I have published a newsletter for the local Lions Club using Publisher. I currently have a partitioned hard drive with my Publisher and newsletter files on the Windows side of my MacBook Pro. I constantly run into frustrating problems trying to move photos, save files and print across platforms.
Is there a Mac program that would read my Publisher files so that I could work with my same template on the Mac side? Will Mac Office 2011 recognize Publisher files produced on the Windows side?
Can anyone recommend a newsgroup reader similar to or as good as NewsBin Pro for Windows?View 6 Replies View Related
I have Microsoft publisher 2010, it seems like Mac can not open the DVD to run? Can you use Microsoft publisher on a Mac, if not what can I use to work in files I have created with Publisher?
MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.3)
i am intrigued by the new Faces feature of iPhoto 09, but is it worth $80? I do not really use Garage Band or iMovie that much. Are there alternatives (full software or add-in maybe) that offer similar feature?View 12 Replies View Related
Is there something similar to ACDSee for mac? I love using this on my PC, I don't wanna always store every single picture on IPhoto, I just want a photo browser that I can view multiple pictures without having to open each individually.View 2 Replies View Related
I got my first mac yesterday and was wondering if there is a feature similar to hibernating in windows in mac os x? I'm sure there will be - I just haven't stumbled across it!View 24 Replies View Related
I just purchased a 2.4 MacBook along with IWork. I am using this for school, not video editing or special effect stuff. I have always been a PC user until today. I was wondering if iwork is almost the same at ms office? I am used to using MS Word. Is the word processing on the iworks almost the same as the MS Word? For example, can I write am essay with IWorks with all the editing I need like the MS Word? I know I purchased the IWorks but I have not open it yet. I want to know you guys feedback before I open it. I don't know whether to get MS Office 08 for Mac instead?View 12 Replies View Related
I have a friend who is always sending me smileycentral emoticons and I'm wondering if there is anything like this for Mac or something similar? If not where can I find several Mac emoticons?View 7 Replies View Related
What is the best application on Mac / apple that is good as a spreadsheet? Best Spreadsheet Application?View 3 Replies View Related
I have a 15-inch MacBook Pro, the new unibody ones, and I installed Windows XP, using BootCamp.
I made it a 29 or so GB partition, so it used the FAT32 formatting.
The program I tried to install is the eyeQ speed reading program, and the laptop exceeds every single one of the recommended requirements.
The problem comes when I am attempting to install the program, I keep getting an error message in which it says "This program cannot run on a computer with less than 64 megabytes of ram."
Last time I checked my laptop has 4 GB of ram, and it says the same thing when I checked it while running Windows XP.
My only guess, which I made while typing this, was that I should have formatted the Windows partition using NTSF.
I have set up the imac with parallels and loaded xp pro and some software, one of which is Publisher from the Office 2003 suite. I have a HP 8550n colour laser printer attached to the imac via the parallel port on a port replicator and this prints fine when printing from the imac side of the story. When I go into parallels and xp pro and Publisher and create a document it simply wont print. There is only one printer attached to the imac at the moment, the document seems to leave the screen (as such) but it never gets to the printer.View 7 Replies View Related