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How to Do Everything Adobe Indesign Cs4 (How to Do Everything)by Donna Baker
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Maximize the power of the number-one desktop publishing tool
This full-color guide shows you how to use the undisputed leader in desktop publishing tools to create any type of publication. Adobe Community Expert Donna Baker explains text, image, and drawing features; color and color management; and specialized types of output such as book and Web pages. The final chapters of the book are devoted to methods for evaluating and testing a publication and then generating high-quality print or PDF files.
This book focuses on using program workflows for results instead of merely touring program interface elements. Examples from the book, including publications, settings, files, images, and templates, will be available for download.
Book News Annotation:
Baker and Fuller are both noted Adobe experts and software writers, and they have aimed this tutorial on Adobe InDesign CS4 for graphic designers who need to create professional layouts for print and digital publishing. The authors provide step-by-step instructions for setting up new publications, adding and formatting text and images, using Adobe Bridge to organize assets, defining book files, managing linked content, working with layers and effects and selecting color. This book also explains how to export documents to PDF, SWF, XHTML pages and Web-ready images. Annotation ©2009 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Learn how to use the undisputed leader in desktop publication tools to create any type of publication, from ad layouts to book and magazine pages, CD covers, and brochures. Discover how InDesign CS4 extends beyond the print publication to enhance websites and presentations.
About the Author
Donna L. Bakeris a graphic designer and the author of approximately 20 software books.
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