Why use PDF to Book with Adobe InDesign?


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Why use PDF to Book with Adobe InDesign?

The PDF to Book workflow is intended for professional designers who have experience using a page layout program like Adobe InDesign. If you don't have much experience with bookmaking or if you don't know how to use InDesign, you'll probably be more comfortable using Blurb BookSmart or Bookify. So, why would a creative professional choose the PDF to Book workflow over Blurb's other more intuitive bookmaking methods? I think the reason is that PDF to Book offers maximum control over a book's layout and typography.

It also gives the designer access to all the sophisticated design tools of a full-featured page layout program, like InDesign, and it offers the designer the opportunity to create a truly customized book from scratch. Theoretically, the PDF to Book method can be used with any page layout program that exports a special kind of PDF, a PDF/X-3, that's compatible with Blurb's printers. So that doesn't have to be InDesign; it could be another page layou...

Why use PDF to Book with Adobe InDesign?
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Why use PDF to Book with Adobe InDesign? provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Jan Kabili as part of the Creating Photo Books with Blurb

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