Sebastopol, CA--The competition between leading page layout applications used to be quite heated. The once favored QuarkXPress was always competing head-to-head with Adobe's InDesign. Today, InDesign has become the clear favorite with converts making the switch in record numbers. If you're ready to master InDesign, there's nothing like having your own personal tutor, and nothing comes closer than the new Adobe InDesign CS2 One-on-One (O'Reilly, US $44.99) book from Deke McClelland--a comprehensive training package complete with sample files, full color images, and over two hours of video on DVD.
Adobe InDesign CS2 One-on-One lets readers see InDesign in action and proceed at their own pace. Under Deke's seasoned guidance, through twelve step-by-step lessons and relevant, real-world projects readers will learn fundamental and advanced concepts, theories, techniques, and best practices for making the most out of InDesign.
"There's no substitute for learning by doing, and if you're looking for a 'hands-on' tutorial to learn how to tap into all the power of InDesign, this is the book for you," says Tim Cole, Senior InDesign Evangelist for Adobe Systems, Inc.
With more than 850 full-color images, diagrams, and screenshots, Adobe InDesign CS2 One-on-One shows readers how to:
By diving into InDesign with Deke by their side, readers will design faster, more creatively, and with less effort than ever before.
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