Adobe InDesign 2.0

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Adobe Press, 2002 - Computers - 468 pages
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InDesign 2.0 takes Adobe's popular page-layout program to the nextlevel--there's no area that hasn't been improved, streamlined, redesigned,or stuffed with new features. Who better to show you the fastest, easiestway to get to work with InDesign 2.0 than the pros behind the software?Adobe InDesign 2.0 Classroom in a Book brings the company's officialtraining series to your desktop.

Adobe InDesign 2.0 Classroom in a Book is a hands-on workbookstructured as a series of lessons--tested in Adobe's own classrooms andlabs--that you can follow on your own time, at your own pace. Forbeginners, there are step-by-step lessons that cover the fundamentalconcepts and features you need to master the program. If you've been usingInDesign, you can skip straight to the many sections on advanced features.Every chapter is sprinkled with professional tips and techniques and endswith a review section that reinforces what you've just put into practice; aCD full of project files provides everything you need to complete thelessons. Adobe InDesign 2.0 Classroom in a Book covers what's newand improved in InDesign 2.0: XML import and export, transparency, tablecreation, long document support, a superior printing interface, native MacOS X support, and tighter integration with Adobe LiveMotion, Photoshop,Illustrator, and more.

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Adobe InDesign, QuarkXPress's page layout competitor, can integrate with other Adobe applications such as Photoshop, Acrobat, and Illustrator. With new features like the ability to import directly ... Read full review

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The Adobe Creative Team is made up of designers, writers, and editors who have extensive, real-world knowledge of and expertise in using Adobe products. They work closely with the Adobe product development teams and Adobe's Instructional Communications team to come up with creative, challenging, and visually appealing step-by-step projects to help both new and more experienced users get up to speed quickly on Adobe software products.

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