Adobe InDesign: Creating Electronic Mechanicals

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Prentice Hall, 2000 - Computers - 340 pages
For any course that includes graphic arts software and computer design software as part of the curriculum. Courses can be found in Office Information Systems, Computer Science, and Fine Arts Departments, as well as Continuing Education, Journalism, and Printing and Lithography. Texts are built with the same pedagogical structure, designed to be used separately or in sets. Already popular in corporate training environments.* NEW - Student Gallery - Included on Student CD-ROM for some courses. * Allows students to view images of completed projects created by other students. * NEW - Demonstration Software - Included on Student CD-ROM for some applications. * Offers students the opportunity to try out demo versions of new graphic arts software applications before purchasing. * Menu of titles to mix and match - Many courses include instruction in more than one software application. * Allows instructors to offer the basics of several programs or to focus on the advanced complexities of the program of their choice. * Project-based instruction. * Lets students learn the basics of the software programs while they complete real-world projects. * Project data available on dual-platform CD-ROM

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Creating the Electronic Mechanical
Prepurposing and Repurposing Documents

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Julie Bath" has been serving as Assitant Professor of Software Applications at Wichita Area Technical College for the past two and a half years. She earned her Undergraduate degree in Education and her Masters of Educational Technology at the University of Kansas.

"Dan Workman" has been working in advertising for over 20 years. He is a professional illustrator and a part-time instructor at Cuyahoga Community College and Cleveland Institute of Art, both of which are located in Cleveland, Ohio. Dan is also a part-time faculty member at Akron University in Akron, Ohio. His specialty is illustration, multimedia, and Web development.

"Dean Bagley" is a project manager, author, and production coordinator for Against The Clock -- in addition to his roles as a professional cartoonist, and creator of the Baggy Gator series of comic characters. Dean lives in Winter Haven, Florida.

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