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Smart Tips For Adobe InDesign – Boost Your Creative Skills free

What you’ll learn

  • Smart Tips For Adobe InDesign – Boost Your Creative Skills free
  • Learn how to use the Text Flow feature in InDesign.
  • Understand the function of Paste Into command.
  • Explore the various options to import text to InDesign.
  • Import a text in Indesign from a Word document.

Requirements

  • No design skills needed. You will be guided throughout the course on everything you need to learn.

Description

Smart Tips For Adobe InDesign – Boost Your Creative Skills Get instant access to a workbook on Adobe InDesign, follow along, and keep for reference

Introduce yourself to our community of students in this course and tell us your goals with data science

Encouragement and celebration of your progress every step of the way: 25% > 50% > 75% & 100%

Over  2 hours of clear and concise step-by-step instructions, lessons, and engagement

Knowledge Checks to assess your knowledge and skills

This Smart Tips for Adobe InDesign course has been designed to help artists and graphic designers who create logos, icons, charts, infographics, posters, ads, books, magazines, and brochures.

What  you will learn:

  • Learn how to use the Text Flow feature in InDesign.
  • Understand the function of Paste Into command.
  • Explore the various options to import text to InDesign.
  • Import a text in Indesign from a Word document.
  • …and more!

Who are the Instructors?

Mike Lanesman is your lead instructor – a professional making a living from teaching graphics and design. As a graphic design expert, he has joined with content creator Peter Alkema to bring you this amazing new course.

We can’t wait to see you on the course!

Enroll now, and we’ll help you improve your Adobe InDesign skills! Adobe InDesign can be used for newsletters, flyers, brochures, hand outs and may other creative projects.

Peter and Mike

Who this course is for:

  • Anyone who wants to create a variety of digital and printed materials such as pamphlets, catalogs, magazines, and more.
  • Writers who want to improve their design skills.
  • Aspiring designers who want to produce a variety of stationery materials.

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