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I have some articles (more than 200 pages) in plain text. It needs to be converted to an given PDF markup. I got some Photoshop files for the headers for every page and a list of requirements for the different elements.

Which program would you use? And what would be your workflow?

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What about MS word? –  mouviciel Oct 11 '12 at 8:23

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How much customization are you looking for?

Ballpark guess would be LaTeX, unless you want to do actual transformations there is no need to pull out a general purpose language.

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@user1386906 There is also tex.stackexchange.com to help you with it ! :) –  Zenon Oct 11 '12 at 0:01

I don't think you would need a workflow.

There is already a very reliable tool to assist you with this task. Just look at this amazing ABCpdf tool. We have used it in three projects so far, and have no complains.

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