Adobe PageMaker 7 box

Adobe PageMaker 7 was the final version of the PageMaker desktop publishing application to be released by Adobe Systems.

Product historyEdit

Before PageMaker 7.0 was released on July 9, 2001, Adobe had already introduced Adobe InDesign in August 1999 as a modern replacement for desktop publishing. PageMaker was publicly perceived to have been left to "languish on life support".[1] Development of PageMaker 7 carried out with the involvement of Adobe India.[2]


In January 2004, a "PageMaker Edition" of InDesign CS was released with additional features and plug-ins to help users migrate.[1] 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.


  1. 1.0 1.1 Adobe PageMaker Plug-in Pack by Galen Gruman, Macworld. 2004-05-16.
  2. Adobe Has Invested $200 Million In India Since It Debuted In 1997, by Sahad PV, GigaOM. 2006-09-18.

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Replaced by Adobe InDesign in 2006.
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