Originally Posted by josh.b
adobe indesign because I am a graphic designer. Never liked MS word on the mac (love the PC version) but never used anything else either lol.
I guess i'd have to default to pages for the general user.
InDesign is not a word processor. It is a desktop publishing software. Different features.
InDesign doesn't have features designed for long and structured texts. Perhaps FrameMaker could do that, but it is not designed towards word processing either.
Originally Posted by Mikeyswen79
Pages, aesthetics is important for me. I'm learning the more I conform to Apple's way of doing things the better my overall user experience is.
Apple's way of doing... but sometimes what you want to do is not what Apple wants you to do... so you're stuck... because some things simply cannot be done in Apple software.