Real world Adobe InDesign CS

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Peachpit Press, 2004 - Computers - 789 pages
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The decision was an easy one: With a feature set that equals or exceeds its competitors and an increasingly tight integration with the other Adobe tools that are key to your workflow, InDesign cs was a no-brainer when it came time to update your page layout capabilities. Problem is, you've still got to learn the thing, and learn it well: Your job, after all, depends on it. No one understands that better than the authors of this book, who draw on their own real-world professional knowledge to deliver all the industrial-strength production techniques and timesaving tips you need to start laying out, proofing, and printing pages with InDesign cs in record time. You'll find everything you need here to successfully master InDesign's advanced page-layout tools; manage color; create, link, and unlink text frames; and run your own custom InDesign scripts. You'll also find complete coverage of all of InDesign cs' new features: an updated Story Editor, nested styles, separation previews, the Package for GoLive command, and more.

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Real world Adobe InDesign CS2

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This beginning to intermediate guide to InDesign CS2 (see Computer Media,LJ 11/1/05), Adobe's desktop publishing and page-layout software, covers both the Mac and the Windows versions. Tips for those ... Read full review

Contents

Workspace
1
Page Layout
93
Text
161
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Rabbi Ted Falcon, Ph.D., writes and lectures about Jewish spirituality and is the founder of a synagogue for Jewish meditation in Los Angeles. David Blatner is an award-winning, bestselling author of eight books.

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