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PGMProgram
PGMPhosphoglucomutase
PGMProgrammable
PGMPine Grove Mills (Pennsylvania)
PGMPagemaker (software)
PGMPlatinum Group Metal
PGMPragmatic General Multicast
PGMProfessional Golf Management (various schools)
PGMProgram Manager
PGMPast Grand Master
PGMProbabilistic Graphical Model (mathematics)
PGMPlanning and Growth Management
PGMPlatinum Group of Metals
PGMProgram Management
PGMProfessional Graphics Monitor
PGMPortable Grayscale Map
PGMProgram Model
PGMPacific Garden Mission
PGMPortable Gray Map
PGMPaternal Grandmother
PGMProvincial Grand Master (Masons)
PGMPrecision Guided Munition
PGMPro Gamer
PGMPolicy Governance Model (various organizations)
PGMPersonal Genome Machine (DNA decoder)
PGMPunta Gorda Middle (school; Florida)
PGMPi Gamma Mu (Social Sciences Honor Society; Winfield, KS)
PGMPortable Grey Map
PGMPremière Guerre Mondiale (French: First World War)
PGMProduct Graphics Management (enterprise software)
PGMProduct Group Manager
PGMPlant General Manager (various companies)
PGMPrecision Guided Missile
PGMPoor Genetic Material (band)
PGMPolisportiva Giardini Margherita (free info service arts culture and sports)
PGMProcessing Graph Method
PGMPalmer Group Media, LLC (Boston, MA)
PGMPlasma Gasification Melting Technology
PGMPatrol Combatant Missile (Hydrofoil)
PGMPocket GPS Manager
PGMPlanning Guidance Memorandum
PGMPast Grand Matriarch (IOOF)
PGMPragmatic Group Multicasting
PGMPolynomial Generator Matrix
PGMPerformance Generation Model (engineering)
PGMPhysicians Group Management (Belleville, NJ)
PGMPrecision Ground Mapping (radar)
PGMProfit Gross Margin
PGMProgram Guidance Memorandum
PGMPokémon Gem Mine (website)
PGMPolynomial Generator Matrix/Matrices
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Meanwhile, in Texas, Aldus was releasing PageMaker, one of the first desktop publishing applications and the first to support PostScript.
Through it all--and the years might be counted with the versions of PageMaker and InDesign--the challenge of making authors look good in print absorbed Ragen.
To Daniel Casebeer, for instruction and performance in negotiating the shift from Adobe's Pagemaker to InDesign;
Major acquisitions throughout the years include Aldus (makers of the seminal desktop publishing package PageMaker) in 1992, Frame Technology (makers of FrameMaker) in 1995, and Macromedia in 2005.
InDesign was launched in 2002 to compete with market leader QuarkXpress (quark.com) by replacing Adobe's own less sophisticated (but more user-friendly) desktop publishing standard PageMaker. InDesign gradually won converts, especially after revising the interface to include more of PageMaker's friendliness.
Combining the Adobe software and Apple hardware, along with Aldus' PageMaker desktop publishing application (Aldus being acquired by Adobe in 1994), allowed the partners to create the world's first affordable desktop-to-prepress document publishing system--and it was a huge hit.
Since the invention of desktop publishing in 1985 with Aldus PageMaker (later Adobe PageMaker), which was first used with the Apple Macintosh computer and the Apple LaserWriter printer, PCs have greatly facilitated the process of putting words and pictures on paper.
Pioneers even had Ventura and PageMaker before XPress came along.
There are three generally well-received design software packages that are worth looking at including InDesign and PageMaker (both from Adobe) and QuarkXPress.
Computers-and programs like Pagemaker and QuarkXpress--changed that dynamic.
Computer 2000 can now offer its customers software from Adobe including PageMaker, Illustrator, Photoshop and the Acrobat range.