Need Publisher for Mac? Give Lucidpress a try


Lucidpress gives you all the power of Publisher or InDesign.
Lucidpress gives you all the power of Publisher or InDesign.
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  • Ummm…. QuarkXPress?

  • Chris Hughes

    QuarkXPress has been around for over 25 years and just released v.11 for 2015 – probably should do some fact checking when writing an article.

    Also, how can you compare Publisher and InDesign as being anywhere close to equal.

  • Anthony Stephens

    I love this. I’ve been using Lucidpress for awhile now at work, and it’s so easy to use. The fact that I can have our designers create standard templates and my team can collaborate in real time on them is absolutely fantastic. And it works great on any operating system. I highly recommend Lucidpress!

  • Ray Bodnar

    Awesome! I really wanna try this. I’ve grown tired of how buggy QuarkXPress has become and lets face it, Microsoft Publisher is virtually unusable. Lucidpress sounds like a solid recommendation.

  • Sarah Miller

    Man, I wish I would have known about this product while I was in school. Adobe products are hard to use without proper training. I’ll have to check this out!

  • Jaan Hansen

    I have used Lucidpress for some time now and can’t understand why anyone would compare this to QuarkXPress… it isn’t 1998. If I wanted to get nostalgic, I’d pull out my big rimmed glasses, listen to some Mm’bop and drink some Crystal Pepsi as I install my QuarkXPress. I want to be able to print documents, and also send them with interactive features now, in the current time, 2015… Good job Lucidpress! Nice to see you on CoM.

  • Jarom McDonald

    Lucidpress is intuitive and a lot of fun to use. I’m a big fan.

  • Mark Southee

    Scribus is open source, works on Mac OSX, Windows and Linux and is way more sophisticated than Publisher.