Course Code: AID01
This two day beginner's InDesign course covers everything you need to know to be able to create all types of documents with the application. InDesign is Adobe’s industry standard solution for designers, publishers and marketers who need to produce attractive single and multi-page documents. Our introductory course is aimed at those with little or no existing experience of using the application. However, by the end of the course you will be able to create documents and prepare them for print or export as a .pdf. During the course you will learn about professional page layout, text formatting, colour and typography management, incorporating graphics, applying effects and more. Need a one day, fast track option? See our Adobe InDesign Essentials.
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Completing this Adobe InDesign course will enable you to do the following and more:
- Format Text
- Use Colours and Swatches
- Understand professional design considerations
- Create single and multi-page InDesign documents
- Create effective page layouts
- Prepare documents for commercial print
- Create complex Acrobat PDF files
- Design a magazine cover
This introductory course is perfect for anyone just starting out with the software. No prior knowledge of Adobe InDesign is required; only basic PC or Mac skills. If you already have a basic grasp of Adobe InDesign, then you may prefer to take our Intermediate Adobe InDesign course. We also offer an Advanced Adobe InDesign short course. Alternatively, you can also book a one-to-one training session with one of our highly experienced, Adobe certified expert tutors.
- Managing the Adobe InDesign Environment
- Designing Documents
- Managing and Formatting Text
- Format Characters
- Working with Objects
- Colour Management: Process or Spot
- Colour Systems and Profiles
- Utilizing Colours and Swatches
- Managing Transparency
- Preflight and Packaging
- Creating Acrobat PDF File
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