I was using Page Maker, it does not work anymore with windows 10 , which product could replace it ?

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Adobe Page maker does not work with Windows 10 , I have a lot of note cards and/or greeting cards done with it . Is it a adobe or other brand product which I could use without having to rebuild all af them ???

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Barb Binder Adobe Community Professional , Jan 10, 2017
Adobe InDesign is the replacement for PageMaker.And as a former longtime PageMaker user, I will tell you now that you will love it, and wondered why you waited to switch. Buy Adobe InDesign CC | Download desktop publishing software free trialBut read these threads. When I switched over, I rebuilt my files from scratch. Can't Open Pagemaker files in InDesign CC solution http://indesignsecrets.com/open-pagemaker-files-indesign-hang-cs6.php

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Adobe InDesign is the replacement for PageMaker.

And as a former longtime PageMaker user, I will tell you now that you will love it, and wondered why you waited to switch.

Buy Adobe InDesign CC | Download desktop publishing software free trial

But read these threads. When I switched over, I rebuilt my files from scratch.

Can't Open Pagemaker files in InDesign CC solution

http://indesignsecrets.com/open-pagemaker-files-indesign-hang-cs6.php

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InDesign for sure - Completely agree with BarbBinder on this one. It's really the best choice to transition to from Quark, PageMaker, Frontpage  etc 😃 ..

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Jacques, I was also a long-time Pagemaker user (from 1.0, on), and made the transition to Adobe Indesign shortly after it became available. The transition was smooth, and Indesign has continued to become more efficient, easy to use with each version. I agree with BarbBinder, who also provided the helpful links for you. You will love InDesign! Best wishes for your success.

Kind regards,

Cher

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Started using InDesign when they stopped making PageMaker. It have been easier to adapt from the earlier versions, but you will have to look at some video tutorials to catch up. There are lots on YouTube. It may be well worth your time to do so. I also suggest you look at BarbBinder​ 's links.

All the best!

Kenneth

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Try looking in the InDesign forum for more information about opening Pagemaker files.
For instance, https://forums.adobe.com/search.jspa?q=pagemaker+files&place=%2Fplaces%2F1383625&depth=ALL

Or you could try here Adobe PageMaker

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