Real World QuarkXPress 5: For Macintosh and Windows

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Peachpit Press, 2002 - Computers - 991 pages
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QuarkXPress is the page-layout software that sparked the desktop publishing revolution. Introduced in 1987, Quark is essential to the entire printing and graphics industry. Quark is used at all major publishing organizations, design firms, newspapers, and anywhere where quality page layout is a must. Quark also gives the ability to produce professional, expensive-looking publications at relatively low cost-such as resumes, flyers, pamphlets, etc. Real World QuarkXPress 5 is a collection of tips and tricks, a full overview of the program, and in-depth discussions of core concepts behind using QuarkXPress in the real world. In Real World QuarkXpress 5, Blatner begins with a 30 minute step-by-step beginners guide to learning QuarkXPress. From there, readers will learn about the structure of Quark from the ground up. Topics covered include: Quark basics (menus, palettes, dialog boxes), building a document, type, and copy flow, working with graphics, Web and XML features and scripting.

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About the author (2002)

David Blatner is a Seattle-based graphic arts consultant specializing in QuarkXPress and Photoshop. He is the author or co-author of a number of books from Peachpit Press, including The QuarkXPress Book, Real World Photoshop, Real World Scanning and Halftones, and Real World QuarkImmedia. He speaks at conferences and seminars around North America and Japan, including Seybold, Macworld, The Photoshop Conference, and The QuarkXPress Conference.

David can provide in-house seminars at your company on subjects such as "QuarkXPress and Photoshop Tips and Tricks" and "Getting Your QuarkXPress Documents Online."

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