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Well, in my case, fandom magazine, we decided to put the final layouting inside Scribus which is open source and available for all operating systems. For documents sharing, we use Facebook closed group, becase it offers: Document upload (for writing texts we use either Libre Office or MS Ofice) Discussion for every document version And of course, document ...


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If your needs are basic: 1) low cost 2) collection of documents 3) links between them Then it sounds like simple HTML files could do the trick. But if you want more, you could consider storing documents in something like Google Docs. You can add links to other Google docs within a document and Google Docs keeps track of revisions made. It also has basic ...


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Gimp is a good software for this, so is Dia, and also OODraw. Here's a link: http://www.openlogic.com/wazi/bid/285446/Image-annotation-in-GIMP-Dia-and-OpenOffice-Draw OODraw is part of the Open Office Suite, so just google that. If you're meaning creating annotations and layers when writing then just find a tutorial online; but Open Office has some good ...



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