Adobe InDesign 1.5: Introduction to Electronic Mechanicals

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Prentice Hall, Jul 1, 2000 - Computers - 368 pages
Text Highlights *Cross-platform compatibility-Macintosh and Windows versions covered in one book *Accompanying CD includes all graphic files needed for practice exercises *Learning objectives provided at the beginning of each chapter *Icons in sidebars help identify key portions of the materials

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Getting Started
Creating the Electronic Mechanical
Prepurposing and Repurposing Documents

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ROBIN MCALLISTER has been speaking and writing about creating effective pages since before desktop publishing was invented. In the process of teaching others, he has written various "how to" guides and training manuals. Rob serves as a contributing editor for numerous publications and publishers, and has authored a variety of desktop publishing and prepress titles.

In addition to other activities, Rob is the team leader for America Online's Applied Computing Community. Rob is a technical editor for Electronic Publishing and contributing editor for Printing News in addition to project manager for Against The Clock.

DEAN BAGLEY is an experienced marketing and advertising expert. One of Dean's most effective skills is the development of hands-on activities, which, as you'll see is the foundation of the ATC series.

Dean is a professional cartoonist, well known for his imaginative and entertaining "Baggy Gator" series of characters. Dean has been working with the Against The Clock series for more than six years.

LISA BOCHATEY has been involved with graphics and computers for more than 20 years. She spends her time training and consulting for newspapers, publishers, designers, and general business clients in the Midwest. Lisa has Masters degrees in both Print Technology and Management, as well as in Instructional Design from Rochester Institute of Technology.

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