QuarkXPress to Indesign: Face to Face

QuarkXPress to Indesign: Face to Face

by Galen Gruman
     
 

This task-based, two-color reference is written for the exploding number of users switching from QuarkXPress to InDesign for their professional page composition needs. In this unique book, Galen Gruman directly addresses the questions and concerns of readers who are converting from QuarkXPress-the most widely used page layout program in the world-to InDesign, which

Overview

This task-based, two-color reference is written for the exploding number of users switching from QuarkXPress to InDesign for their professional page composition needs. In this unique book, Galen Gruman directly addresses the questions and concerns of readers who are converting from QuarkXPress-the most widely used page layout program in the world-to InDesign, which is rapidly gaining ground and boasts better typography features and quicker performance.

  • Helpful illustrated, side-by-side spreads show Quark users how to easily perform the same or similar tasks in Adobe InDesign
  • Provides real-world tips and techniques for unleashing InDesign's capabilities
  • Includes a useful tear-out quick key reference card
  • Covers QuarkXPress 4, 5, 6 (incl through 6.5) and InDesign 2, CS, and CS2.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780764583797
Publisher:
Wiley
Publication date:
03/07/2005
Pages:
432
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.88(d)

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Meet the Author

Galen Gruman is principal at The Zango Group, an editorial and marketing consulting firm, and senior editorial associate at BayCreative, a creative consultancy, as well as editorial director at EmergeMedia, publisher of IT Wireless. Currently a frequent contributor to SBS Digital Design, Macworld, CIO, and InfoWorld, he has also been editor of Macworld and M-Business, executive editor of Upside, West Coast bureau chief of Computerworld, and vice president of content for ThirdAge.com.
He is coauthor of 16 other books on desktop publishing, covering InDesign, QuarkXPress, and PageMaker. Gruman led one of the first successful conversions of a national magazine to desktop publishing in 1986 and has covered publishing technology since then for several publications, including the trade weekly InfoWorld, for which he began writing in 1986, Macworld, whose staff he joined in 1991, and most recently the design newsletter SBS Digital Design. Originally a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles, Gruman got caught by the production-technology bug in 1979 and hasn’t recovered.

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