Computers can simulate almost anything that is computable. One of those computable tasks is assisting with the design of a document, be it a website, brochure, letter, pamphlet, billboard banner, or even a party invitation. There are many software packages available to perform these tasks. Geared towards page layout rather than document creation, InDesign is more about ‘given text, how will it be placed on the page’.  It has advanced graphic embedding capability, as it supports PDF natively (vector graphics).

Audience: Students and Teaching Assistants

Workshop Level: Beginner

At the end of this workshop you will be able to:

Understand the difference between Microsoft Word and InDesign

Become familiar with the tools InDesign offers

Understand introductory page layout concepts

Design a basic brochure

Use styles to manage formatting throughout large documents

Place graphics in a document

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