So here is a good question. I know we have a lot of high schoolers here, aswell as college students. Are any of your currently on the yearbook staff? We just switched to computers at my school to design the yearbook, and sadly we are using the Dells, because the Business teacher teaches business computing and her lab is the PC lab. Our yearbook representative that is getting us set-up with the software is also a PC person. However, that is besides the point. We are using Adobe InDesign CS2, and it is a nice program. I am certainly looking forward to working on my pages on the computer, rather than having to draw everything out that I did last year. This is my second year on the staff, and this year I am the Business Manager for the yearbook staff. I kind of wanted to be an editor, but really last year I did a lot of the stuff that the Business Manager does, and so I got that position. I am really passionate about the yearbook staff, and I have even considered getting a degree in journalism rather than going into computer networking, but I always find a reason why I would enjoy networking more. So for those currently on a yearbook staff. Do you do the yearbook on a computer? What software do you use? What computer platform do you run the software on? For those who used to be on the staff, was it recent enough to use computers? What software did you run? What computer platform did you use?