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WYSIWYG unveils publishing app

WYSIWYG International is looking to remove the publishing industry’s need for disparate applications as it uses this year’s Gitex to introduce its multilingual publishing products to the Middle East market.

Although magazines and newspapers are little more than words and pictures at heart, it takes a surprising number of computer programmes to create them. The Gitex Times, for example, has been created using a combination of Microsoft Word, Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator and Quark Express.However, US-based WYSIWYG International is looking to remove the publishing industry’s need for disparate applications as it uses this year’s Gitex to introduce its multilingual publishing products to the Middle East market. Designed to bundle word processing, graphics, image editing and lay out capabilities into one package, the Pulitzer Publishing System does everything that individual publshing applications do, but in just one simple to use computer programme.“The Pulitzer Publishing System has great graphics, layout and image editing capabilities that exceed any existing publishing or graphics programs,” says WYSIWYG International’s Dr. Naji Jurdi.“Furthermore, the Pulitzer Publishing System supports over 200 languages, including English, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese and Korean. This means that the system is ideal for publishing in any language,” he adds.

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