How to Do Everything with Adobe InDesign CS

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 12, 2004 - Computers - 456 pages
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Delivers the goods on the latest Adobe product for graphics users of all levels. Teaches not just which InDesign command does what but also why it works and when to use it. Includes short, real-world projects that teach just enough information that you’ll be able to learn it and absorb it. Plus, provides details for those converting their layouts from Quark or PageMaker2, and includes a color insert with examples of good layout choices, InDesign’s Swatches palette, and more.


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David Bergsland (Albuquerque, NM) has been a designer and art director for the past 35 years. He’s been a type designer since 1983; and has been teaching professional digital publishing in the classroom and through web-based distance learning programs since 1991. He’s written six book on graphics topics including Publishing with InDesign (OnWord Press, 2000); Publishing with Photoshop (OnWord Press, 2001) and Publishing with Illustrator and FreeHand (OnWord Press, 2001). His design firm, Bergsland Design, handles projects large and small for a wide variety of design needs and clients.

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