Adobe PageMaker (formerly Aldus PageMaker) is a desktop publishing application that was first developed by Aldus Corporation.
On August 31, 1994, Aldus was acquired by Adobe Systems, which released its own first version as Adobe PageMaker 6 in 1995. PageMaker 6.5 was announced at Seyboard SF '96 and shipped at the end of the year.
Adobe PageMaker 7 was last major version. Adobe introduced Adobe InDesign as a modern replacement for desktop publishing. A "PageMaker Edition" of InDesign CS was released in January 2004 with additional features and plug-ins to help users migrate. Adobe stopped selling PageMaker 7 at the end of March 2006, with Adobe InDesign CS2 (which had the migration features built-in) as an alternative.
- Adobe PageMaker 7.0/ 7.0.1 at Adobe (archived 2001-08-11 / 2002-04-07, 2006-03-30)
- Adobe InDesign CS PageMaker Edition at Adobe (archived 2004-01-13)
- Adobe InDesign CS PageMaker Plug-in Pack (archived 2004-01-07)
- Switching to Adobe InDesign CS2 from Adobe PageMaker (archived 2005-11-24)
- Aldus Pagemaker at History-Computer
- Adobe PageMaker at Wikipedia
- 30 Years Ago, Aldus PageMaker Changed Life on Planet Earth by John M. Fox at The Huffington Post (2015-07-27)
- List of Adobe PageMaker resource sites at All Graphic Design (archived 2007-03-11)
- PageMaker Past, Present, and Future by Peter C.S. Adams at Making Pages (archived 2008-05-09)
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|Replaced by Adobe InDesign in 2006.|