Steps involved in desktop publishing 2 introduction

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Steps involved in Desktop Publishing. 2. INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE PAGEMAKER-Week2 Definition of terms Loading Pagemaker Creating new publication The default Pagemaker window (features and tools) Setting up of pages Positioning ruler guides Using grabber hand Saving the work (publication/template) 3. WORKING WITH TEXT (Wk 3 4) Typing text Understanding a text block Identifying a text block Creating a threaded text Importing/ text and placing text manually and autoflow
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Selecting text with a text tool Editing text by checking spelling Finding and changing text in story editor Correcting mistakes (revert and undo) Using control palette Using paragraph styles Using style palette Bullets and numbering Drop caps, indents, tabs and leaders Changing type Cases and scripts(super/subscripts) 4. WORKING WITH GRAPHICS (Wk 5) Drawing Importing Text wrap Scale and cropping 5. NAVIGATION THROUGH PAGES (Wk 6) Moving around in a page and pasteboard Moving between pages Adding and deleting pages
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  • Fall '12
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  • Typesetting,  Drawing objects

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