Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book 2019 Release PDF

Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book 2019 Release Creative professionals seeking the fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe InDesign choose Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Bookreleasefrom Adobe Press Theproject based step by step lessons show users the key techniques for working in InDesign Designers will build a strong foundation of typographic, color, page layout, and document construction skills that will enable them to produce a broad range of print and digital publications from a simple postcard to an interactive Adobe PDF with form fields The real world tasks in this comprehensive book are presented in an easy to follow, step by step format and are designed to train beginning Adobe InDesign users in the program from fundamental features to powerful layout and output skillsThis book also enables experienced InDesign users to elevate their skills, understand best practices, and learn about new featuresEnhancements in this version target usability and productivity, including the ability to browse fonts visually, using Content Aware Fit for intelligent image placement,use Layout Adjust to automaticallyadjust layout when changing page sizes, and quickly access common controls in the Properties panelThe online companion files include all the necessary assets for readers to complete the projects featured in each lesson All buyers of the book get full access to the Web Edition A Web based version of the complete ebook enhanced with video and multiple choice quizzes

  • Formato Kindle
  • Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book 2019 Release
  • Kelly Anton
  • 14 November 2017
  • 0135262151

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15 thoughts on “Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book 2019 Release

  1. Prime_Reviewer Prime_Reviewer says:

    Brilliant guide from start to finish and I fell much qualified now using InDesign OK can seem a bit pricey, but the book sits permanently on my desk and the index is also very easy to use for one off queries I have tried cheaper books before but in the end will go back to this and purchase future copies 10 10 and provides lots of oh, that makes sense moments

  2. frank owen frank owen says:

    I have a lot of experience with Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom and Premier Pro and MS word I am trying to write a cookery book with quality photos and text written in Word and Adobe In Design seems to be the best way forward plus it has plug ins for Blurb books It is the industry standard I initially thought I could just look at the many tutorials on You tube and that helped to get me started, but I kept hitting brick walls on simple things like master page layouts, or finding bullets and transferring text from MS Word to In Designso I bought the book It helped me a lot to become a user and I have now done 10 pages in just a few days, together with various photos I have not yet printed the book but think that I have greatly advanced in using the software I see it as very good reference text that works for me.

  3. Yoga Girl Yoga Girl says:

    Unless you re a professional graphic designer give this a miss there are much user friendly guides out there

  4. Customer Customer says:

    Excellent book Definitely worth buying if you need to learn how to use indesign The lessons really help break it down and learn practically how to use Also great that you can download the book which has meant I don t need to carry it around with me when I m working on it away from home.

  5. Nicoletta Turci Nicoletta Turci says:

    This is a really good book,broken down into little easy lessons to follow It flows really well

  6. John G John G says:

    Good book Very helpful.

  7. Andrew Andrew says:

    Anything this book contains can be leaned from the plethora of free online tutorials that in most cases are better produced The content covered is only surface level, so If you want to learn about the complex features of InDesign this book will not help.

  8. Sweetbajan Sweetbajan says:

    Got it for class Good enough

  9. H.M. H.M. says:

    Excelente calidad, muy buena edici n.

  10. Customer Customer says:

    Very useful I really like the step by step instructions and easy to understand and follow I learned a lot from this book Thanks

  11. J Vandervlugt J Vandervlugt says:

    This instructional manual is awesome Ive never used this program before and the instructions and examples are excellent.

  12. Customer Customer says:

    Received product,thanks

  13. Jackie Barrow Jackie Barrow says:

    I m going to make myself try to plow through this but it is definitely not written for a beginner Way too much knowledge is presumed by the author And, the type size is too small for anyone who doesn t have perfect vision, as are the screen shots from her computer In the next version, please use a larger font size at least 12 point , make your illustrations larger and readable, and do a first chapter that is truly for beginners In particular, I m wanting to see a diagram of the workspace with lines drawn from each and every icon with a name for it, a description of what it does and when one might want to use it Please note that these icons need to be a good size I m not even a regular glasses wearer and they are too darn tiny for even me to see Blow them up, please and truly identify them Plus, start each chapter and subject area by telling us what the thing is you are talking about Again, the author presumes too much If I knew as much as she presumes, I probably would not have needed to purchase the book But, I googled some of the basics and printed them out to ADD INSIDE MY BOOK THAT I JUST PURCHASED and had thought would have been in Chapter 1.

  14. Stanley Lippman Stanley Lippman says:

    this is a digestible tutorial, but I am not convinced it is superior to using the adobe tutorials and you tube videos and just hacking around by yourself for example, I was setting styles by experiment, and once I got what I thought I liked, I tried to turn it into a master page, and for some reason that was blind to me, I couldn t impose on a new page and get all of it imposed, if you will you can t look through a book like this and find anything like that everything is canned and dumbed down to guarantee it works and is not too complicated to explain and then to boot, they don t actually build anything from scratch, and so, you don t either except as an exercise at the beginning of the book so, what you learn is everything everyone else learns and it is KISS simple enough not to require a level of detail that represents work in the real world so I was hoping to find a companion text that would go beyond what everyone can teach and yet leave us folks clueless as to actually put the software to work in a non toy environment with stresses and uncertainties that go beyond a hobby this whole industry in my impoverished pocketbook overcharges for a very shallow level of detail and understanding it is only of value in jumpstarting, not in deepening your expertise.

  15. Axel Ebermann Axel Ebermann says:

    I am quite familiar with software including the adobe family I am not a super expert but I can find my way around.This book it was clearly written by a bunch of technocrats that assume you are familiar with terms after mentioning them once Most of the illustrations are between hard to understand and useless Quite a few if them are printed so small they are literally not readable I have already given up trying to navigate my way through all the lessons because I simply cannot work it out.Generally the dryness of the overall instruction will make your head spin.This book may teach you some basics of InDesign But do not expect this to be a fun or joyful learning experience.Generally I find this book very frustrating.

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