Electronic Publishing or Desktop publishing (also known as DTP), electronic paging or electronic typesetting, consists of publishing through the combination of computer and paging program. Desktop publishing is widely used in various segments of society, creating graphic elements with varied purposes such as to inform, persuade and illustrate information about products, services and information.

In the process, the user creates layouts with text, charts, photographs and other graphic elements using paging programs such as QuarkXPress, Adobe InDesign, Adobe PageMaker, Pagestream, RagTime, Scribus, Microsoft Publisher, Apple Pages and Corel Draw.


Allows a digitizer, operating a pc with video and programs that join the modern office to graphic arts, to perform the work of an entire team, from the layout, through editing text, and color separation. It is the creation of documents on the computer, such as webpages, brochures, posters, catalogs, newsletters, and graphic elements.