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School magazine in a time of shutdown

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#1 livingos

Posted 27 March 2020 - 02:37 AM

Just wondering of anyone knows a good co operative platform for putting a school magazine.
The mother's from the class will be doing the work but in the  current conditions  our original plan is out the window.


#2 *Spikey*

Posted 27 March 2020 - 03:32 PM

Can you use Microsoft Publisher? It works for smaller magazines quite well.

#3 Mae55

Posted 28 March 2020 - 08:36 AM

It depends on whether everyone needs to be able to access al the pages? If everyone is just working on their own pages then just use whatever software you had already planned on using as long as everyone has access. Publisher isn’t on macs so might not be a good choice. PowerPoint is available on both Mac and PC and is likely to be software most people have.

If you want everyone to be able to access the whole file to collaborate then you could use google slides.

#4 livingos

Posted Yesterday, 11:39 PM

Thanks so much for the tips. I will share them, it gives a great starting point.

#5 Indi

Posted Today, 12:29 PM

View PostMae55, on 28 March 2020 - 08:36 AM, said:

If you want everyone to be able to access the whole file to collaborate then you could use google slides.

Don't use Google slides, it is awful.  If you are going with a presentation program use PowerPoint instead.

If you need to collaborate just save it on OneDrive (use a free version if someone doesn't have access to it) and share it that way.

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