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Re: [BKARTS] InDesign resources?



Yes, I took an InDesign class at a local community college. The class was well worth the time and effort, but I doubt, with your anthology waiting, that taking a class would be efficient. Our texts, however, were terrific: Adobe InDesign CS2 Classroom in a Book, and InDesign CS2 in the Visual Quickstart Guide series.

Good luck. I love this program; it combines the best of Quark and PageMaker.

Ginnie
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From: CatherinE <cednie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Hi
> I got a typesetting project that's bigger than I'm used to and I'm 
> graduating from Microsoft Word to InDesign. I've done chapbooks before, 
> but this is a longer book, an anthology, maybe 90 pages of poetry. (I 
> had training in Quark but that was years ago.) A little off-topic here, 
> but does anyone know of good InDesign resources or have experience they 
> would be willing to share/barter with me?
> 
> Much appreciated,
> Catherine Ednie
> 
> cednie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Stamford CT
> (203)554-6028
> 
> >
> 
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