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geoPublish was a desktop publishing program designed by Berkeley Softworks for the GEOS environment on the Commodore 64. Though not as sophisticated as contemporary counterparts such as Adobe InDesign, geoPublish was capable of outputting PostScript page descriptions to laser printers and was used for creating newsletters and other basic page layout tasks.
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