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The Non-Designer’s InDesign Book: Essential design techniques for print projects by Robin Williams

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Section I: So you want to learn InDesign

This section introduces you to the basics of working in InDesign, before getting to text frames and graphics. If you take the time to work through the few exercises in this section, you’ll feel much more confident when you launch into any project.

Because InDesign is an advanced application, I expect that you know how to use your mouse and the windows; the difference between a single click and a double click; how to find, open, and save files; how to access contextual menus (right-click or Control-click on a Mac); and how to use your computer in general. But you probably know all those things already or you wouldn’t be jumping into InDesign!

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