InDesign CS5 for Macintosh and Windows: Visual QuickStart Guideby Sandee Cohen
Adobe InDesign CS5 for Macintosh and Windows: Visual QuickStart Guide highlights the important new features, as well as covering the ones readers have relied on in previous versions of InDesign. Complete coverage of InDesign CS5's new features includes: tools for interactive documents, including the new animation panel; simplified object selection; multiple page sizes; track text changes; new layers panel, live captions; production enhancements, and print to digital capability. Using the task-based, visual approach that readers count on in the Visual QuickStart Guides, this volume introduces readers to all aspects of InDesign CS5. Users will learn how to create and automate documents, import and style text and objects, manage long documents, export files for a wide variety of purposes, and much more.
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No tutorials. I am brand new to the product and all this book does is list and explain EVERY feature of the product. May be good with instruction but if learning alone, as I am, there is no real direction in the flow of the process. It just tells you what tools to use to do certain things. I prefer tutorials where I can follow along as I try new things, not just winging it while working on projects.
I bought this originally on my nook, then discovered my professor follows the book page-by-page during lectures. Which is difficult on the nook with all the graphics. So I take the hard copy to class and read the e-version during my homework/study time. I highly recommend this book and want the rest in the series! Will probably buy them for my nook next semester when funds loosen up a touch.