Hi all, this is more out of curiosity more than anything else. I moved to Asia a few years ago and now work has picked up to a degree that I now need to employ someone. So I have the following question. When you went to design school / college / university did they teach you to use Pagemaker / Quark or InDesign along with Illustrator / Freehand and Photoshop? It seems that alot of people out here have experience in Photoshop and Illustrator / Freehand but not InDesign or Quark! I find that strange as i always split them down. Photoshop for image manipulation, Illustrator for vector and InDesign / Quark for page layout. It seems out here that most finished work is done in Illustrator. Surely the accuracy of typography, style sheets etc makes page layout programs better. I know freehand had alot of those features if I remember and that alot of people used to use it for page layout but that's gone now so I wonder why people haven't migrated to the InDesigns of this world. Also for those older users (myself included), how different is Pagemaker to InDesign? I used Quark back in those days but are there some serious differences? I know that technology has moved on quite a bit but generally speaking rather than features. Feedback appreciated.