InDesign CS5 For Dummies by Galen Gruman

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Get up to speed on the latest features and enhancements to InDesign CS5

As the industry standard in professional layout and design, InDesign delivers powerful publishing solutions for magazine, newspaper, and other publishing fields. This introductory book is an easy-to-understand reference for anyone migrating from another software application or those with little-to-no desktop publishing experience. You’ll explore InDesign basics and examine the enhancements to InDesign CS5, while you also discover how pages work, build templates, create frames and shapes, manage styles, and much more.

InDesign is proving to be an increasingly popular layout and design application; InDesign CS5 includes new functionality and enhanced toolsTeaches all the basics for first-time users, including how to open and save your work, arrange objects, work with color, edit text, manage styles, finesse character details, add special type, import and size graphics, set paths, work with tabs, create indices, and moreDemonstrates how to calibrate colors, export PDF files, fine-tune paragraph details, create frames and shapes, manipulate objects, and work with automated text

InDesign CS5 For Dummies offers a straightforward but fun approach to discovering how to get the most from your desktop publishing experience when using InDesign.

 

About Galen Gruman

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Galen Gruman (San Francisco, CA) has more than 20 years experience in leading publications as a writer and editor. He is currently Executive Editor at InfoWorld, where he manages the news and features staff. In addition, Galen is principal at The Zango Group, an editorial and marketing consulting firm. Galen is the author or coauthor of more than 20 books; his recent titles include iBooks Author For Dummies, Exploring iPad 2 For Dummies, Mac OS X Lion Bible, and InDesign CS5 For Dummies.
 
Published April 20, 2010 by For Dummies. 458 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction
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