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    anonym commented  · 

    I would really like to enter footnotes and endnotes in Microsoft Publisher as I can do in Word.

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    anonym commented  · 

    want an example of misleading advertising?

    Microsoft website:

    "In Publisher everything you add stays exactly the way you’ve designed it, in print, online, or in an email"

    reality (Microsoft support):

    "unfortunately the feature of converting to CMYK and printing is not available as of now in Publisher"

    This means:
    - no PDF-export in CMYK,
    - no conversion of imported files (vsdx, jpeg, whatsoever) to CMYK
    = no professional printing with MS Publisher

    Adding
    - no possibility to enter footnotes or endnotes
    - no dynamic index
    = no nonfiction/scientific print publishing with MS Publisher

    the only thing that saves MS Publisher from being deleted immediately is the possible import of Visio-files which the competitors do not seem to handle yet, the day they do: goodbye MS Publisher

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