Desktop Publishing

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South-Western Educational Pub., 1999 - Computers - 76 pages
The 10-Hour Series covers a variety of important technology-based business skills with short texts that can be completed in ten hours. The Internet and technology are used extensively in this series for research, instruction, and application. These books, many supported by data disks or CDs, are brief, uncomplicated, and activity-based, requiring minimal instructor intervention. Advances in word processing software have made it easier for users to create documents with a typeset, not merely typed, appearance. This text emphasizes basic skills in desktop publishing through a variety of modern, real-life activities Students will develop skills key to the desktop publisher, including marking design and typography decisions, handling multicolumn documents, inserting and editing graphics, and creating styles and charts. Students will create a portfolio of business documents, including a newsletter, to demonstrate their mastery of these skills.

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Enhance Graphic Images 14
Edit Graphic Images I 20
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