Re: Hold on there..
Yep. And for the person who said the only person he(?) knows who uses it is their grandfather for the church newsletter ( I think it was). Well, there are an awful lot of churches, and newsletters. Small enterprises that want to produce a well laid out document, simply, with the information needed.
It's perfect for these small organisations, or households who want to make a few invitations, or notices. Then knock out 10 or 20 copies on the inkjet printer.
Probably not so great for creating a magazine with 1000+ print run. Though I'm sure that's been done too.
I have Office Pro + 2010. It has Publisher.
I see no reason to upgrade and frankly I'd have been happier staying with the previous version.