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Moving to InDesign David Blatner

Moving to InDesign By David Blatner

Moving to InDesign by David Blatner


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Details the common tasks and techniques you need to know to get your job done in In Design CS. This work provides instructions enhanced by screen shots and sample layouts which show you how to create and navigate documents, style text and objects, manage long projects, work with color, and more.

Moving to InDesign Summary

Moving to InDesign: Use What You Know About QuarkXPress and PageMaker to Get Up to Speed in InDesign Fast! by David Blatner

Costs less. Does more. Is easier to use: If this is the conclusion you've reached when comparing InDesign CS with its two long-time rivals (QuarkXPress and PageMaker), you're ready to make the switch. This guide shows you how! Throughout this compact guide, the focus is on leveraging your skill in the other leading desktop publishing packages to get up to speed fast in the new leading publishing package! As the perfect companion to the more comprehensive Real World InDesign CS, this tightly focused guide details the most common tasks and techniques you need to know to get your job done in InDesign CS. Clear, concise instructions enhanced by plenty of screen shots and sample layouts show you how to create and navigate documents, import and style text and objects, manage long projects, work with color, and more. You?ll also find good coverage of all of InDesign's newest and most unique features: the Story Editor, a Separation Preview palette, nested styles, the Package for GoLive command, and more.

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GOR004079896
9780321294111
0321294114
Moving to InDesign: Use What You Know About QuarkXPress and PageMaker to Get Up to Speed in InDesign Fast! by David Blatner
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Pearson Education (US)
2004-09-28
288
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