InDesign CC Building on the Fundamentals

Become more efficient inside of the program by learning how to properly manage, format, and transform objects.
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 15, 2016
Duration
3h 45m
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Description
Course info
Level
Beginner
Updated
Mar 15, 2016
Duration
3h 45m
Description

This course goes beyond the basics of InDesign. Become more efficient inside of the program by learning how to properly manage, format, and transform objects. We also review how you can properly work with color; from process and spot colors, to managing color swatches and gradients. Learn to manage the appearance of your type by using character and paragraph styles. Finally, we'll review how you can present tabular data with tables, and how you can pull from your skills learned in this course and our InDesign CC Fundamentals course to design a business card.

About the author
About the author

Matthew Pizzi is an Adobe Certified instructor with over 15 years of experience teaching Adobe applications.

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Section Introduction Transcripts
Section Introduction Transcripts

Welcome
Welcome to InDesign CC: Building on the Fundamentals. Of course, if you're taking this class I'm assuming that you've completed InDesign CC Fundamentals here on trainsimple. com. What are we going to review in this course? Well in this course we're going to talk about how you can work with objects inside the program. We'll talk about formatting, how you can manage the objects, and of course, how you can transform them. We'll talk about how you can work with color, and how you can apply effects. We'll also talk about how you can work with styles, paragraph styles and character styles, to ultimately save you time when working inside the product. Then we'll also talk about how you can display tabular information by using tables. Again, I am assuming that you have experience working with InDesign. If you do, and those topics sound interesting to you, then you're in the right place.