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QuarkXPress has always been the perfect tool for creating and publishing documents. In QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training, Jay Nelson—the publisher of Design Tools Monthly and a QuarkXPress expert—covers all the tools and features in this updated version of the program, from basic page layout to Flash integration and web page creation. Throughout this comprehensive training, Jay shows what's needed to produce professional-quality projects that integrate text, pictures, graphics, and tables. He also offers real-world page layout techniques that designers can apply to their own projects. Exercise files accompany the course.
(Music playing.) Hi! I'm Jay Nelson. Welcome to QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training. In this course, I'm going to show you all the tools and updated features in QuarkXPress 8, from basic page layout to Flash and even webpage creation. We'll be looking at real world page layout techniques that you can apply to your own projects. Then we'll get into the more creative aspects of QuarkXPress. Typography and picture effects to create the style you've envisioned, integration with Adobe and Microsoft documents to get the content where you need it and when you need it, and exporting your finished project to PDF, Flash and the Web.
Whether you are an absolute beginner or a seasoned Quark user who want us to get up to speed with the latest features this program has to offer, I've got a whole new world of QuarkXPress for you to discover. Time to bring out to create the best in you. Let's get started with QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training.
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