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Time-Saving Tips for InDesign Users


Recorded on July 19, 2013

Do you find yourself digging through menus and panels to find the commands you need in InDesign? Are you spending time on repetitive setup tasks that could be spent more productively? InDesign has a variety of features that allow you to speed up your workflow without compromising the quality of your design. Learning to use these features effectively will help you on your way to becoming an InDesign expert. In this session, we’ll look at:

  • Customizing your InDesign workspace
  • Keyboard shortcuts
  • Using Master Pages effectively
  • Using paragraph, character and object styles
  • Placing images/image grids
  • Table of contents
  • Preflighting and packaging

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The Presenter …

Sherry Berghefer is a lecturer in visual communication at the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication at Iowa State University. Her educational background is in journalism and mass communication, at both the undergraduate and graduate levels. She is a seasoned communications professional, with experience in document design, graphic design and web design and development. In addition to teaching visual communication theory, she also teaches basic and intermediate techniques in InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator, and has recently developed a course in publishing for mobile devices. Attendees will find the material to be informative and applicable to their everyday workload