Adobe InDesign CC - a complete introduction

Tunnel Vision LTD

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29 Videos (1h 14m)
    • InDesign CC 2018 introduction

      1:54
    • 1 Adobe InDesign CC getting started

      6:04
    • 2 Adobe InDesign CC setting up a page

      7:29
    • 3 Adobe InDesign CC colour 1

      5:15
    • 4 Adobe InDesign CC colour 2

      7:45
    • 5 Adobe InDesign CC text 1

      6:20
    • 6 Adobe InDesign CC text 2

      5:16
    • 7 Adobe InDesign CC text 3

      5:28
    • 8 Adobe InDesign CC text wrap

      5:19
    • 9 Adobe InDesign CC images 1

      5:40
    • 10 Adobe InDesign CC Images 2

      6:16
    • 11 Adobe InDesign CC Images 3

      5:29
    • 12 Adobe InDesign CC PDF export RGB

      5:33
    • 13 Adobe InDesign CC PDF export CMYK

      6:28
    • 14 Adobe InDesign CC Using tabs

      3:56
    • 15 Adobe InDesign CC Rules, shading, and borders

      4:52
    • 16 Adobe InDesign CC Zoom controls

      4:29
    • 17 Adobe InDesign CC Libraries

      4:08
    • 18 Adobe InDesign CC Master pages

      5:21
    • 19 Adobe InDesign CC Scrolling around

      1:19
    • 20 Adobe InDesign CC Span type

      2:01
    • 21 Adobe InDesign CC Split type

      1:32
    • 22 Adobe InDesign CC Adding bullets to text

      4:00
    • 23 Adobe InDesign CC Linked vs embedded images

      2:58
    • 24 Adobe InDesign CC Using layers

      4:14
    • 25 Adobe InDesign CC Automatic page numbers

      2:27
    • 26 Adobe InDesign CC Paste vs paste in place

      5:21
    • 27 Adobe InDesign CC Drop caps and nested styles

      1:42
    • 28 Adobe InDesign CC Other stuff

      4:50

About This Class

This introduction is perfect for anyone who wants to learn Adobe InDesign but right now has no experience with it. It's also for people who have some experience but want to expand their understanding so that they can make documents look exactly how they want. I can show you the right way to do things, and how to deconstruct any project into 4 main areas: colour, type, text wrap and images. Once you know how to deal with these, you can create just about any page you want – no matter how complex it is. You'll also learn how to add page numbers, use master pages and lots more, and finally how to output your work as a PDF, either low-resolution RGB for a website, or high resolution CMYK for hand-off to a commercial printer. And...it's fun. InDesign is a great program, and we should enjoy using it!

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Loved the class. Mark is very clear with his instructors.
Daniel Scott

Adobe Certified Trainer & UI/UX Expert

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Hello, I'm Mark Gatter from Tunnel Vision LTD. I've worked in commercial printing, as a freelance graphic designer and software trainer for the last 30 years. I've got 5 books published, three about software and two about growing vegetables – but don't worry, I don't get them mixed up. If you want to learn about Adobe InDesign, I've just uploaded a complete course that will take you from being a total beginner to someone who can work professionally in a commercial graphics studio &ndash...

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