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At A Glance: Desktop Publishing

The creation of a wide array of documents is a valuable and central component of how many companies and organizations handle their communication. The way documents are organized and presented visually is known as the page layout, and it can be created and manipulated using a variety of typography skills and techniques to generate the ideal visual space. The growth in personal processing power that has come with the computer age has allowed individuals and businesses to produce quality page layouts for any use with the help of professional software. This set of skills and software is known as desktop publishing, and it allows a high level of customization for any business when creating and distributing documents.

Desktop publishing specialists are highly skilled artists with experience in page layout design and implementation. Professionals on Upwork can come from software and computer backgrounds or art and design backgrounds, providing you and your project with a range of skills and talents to choose from. If your project is looking to create a printed flier, eBook, magazine, or internal company memo, a desktop publishing specialist can collaborate with you to identify important visual elements and produce a highly readable and attractive final product. Desktop publishing is done on personal computers and is therefore available to be done remotely. This, combined with the ability to transfer digital files quickly and easily over the Internet, makes hiring a freelance desktop publishing specialist a flexible and cost-effective solution for any page layout need.

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