Adobe PageMaker 7

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Prentice Hall, Mar 1, 2002 - Computers - 544 pages
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The Against the Clock series is ideal 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. With the advent of digital video cameras, high-speed hard drives, and ultra-fast processors, the reality of editing digital video, stills, and audio clips has become a reality. This ATC book focuses on the use and mastery of Adobe's Premiere, the most popular and powerful non-linear video editing suite. With dramatically improved audio features, built-in storyboarding editors, and highly-sophisticated editing tools, the program is challenging to learn. Adobe Premiere 6: Digital Video Editing adopts a sensible and well-thought-out approach to the task and provides the learner all the information they need to become an effective and skilled videographer.

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Contents

Contents
1
The Process of Document Production
7
Getting Started with PageMaker
19
Copyright

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About the author (2002)

Ellenn Behoriam is the President and founder of "Against The Clock," which has its roots in on-site training in many of the nation's leading publishing, design, prepress and printing companies. Today, Ellenn and her staff, along with dozens of professional writers, educators, illustrators, and artists collaborate via a worldwide network to develop, illustrate, test, and publish courses for the Prentice Hall Against The Clock library. The group is dedicated to delivering the most helpful and well thought out series available for the graphic arts industry.

Erika Kendra" earned a BA in History and a BA in English Literature from the University of Pittsburgh. She began her career in the graphic communication industry as an editor at Graphic Arts Technical Foundation. She moved to Los Angeles in 2000 and now works as an a freelance editor, writer, and designer. She also provides desktop-publishing training and prepress consulting for the printing industry. When she isn't working, she can usually be found prowling in book stores or enjoying the southern California sun.

Erika is the author of several Against The Clock titles, including "QuarkXPress: Introduction to Electronic Documents; QuarkXPress: Advanced Electronic Documents; Preflight and File Preparation; " and "Adobe PageMaker. Creating Electronic Documents." She is also the co-author of "Adobe Photoshop: Advanced Digital Imaging" and the "Design Companion for the Digital Artist.

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