Indesign 2.0 part 1

InDesign's capacity to work side by side with Adobe's creative software offers something unique in the world of page layout; it provides excellent creative flexibility, control and freedom, and also has the potential to save you a lot of time.

In this tutorial we're going to put together a consumer-style magazine DPS - on the mighty temples of Angkor in Cambodia - where we're looking for a clean, contemporary feel, integrating a number of images to add detail, depth and texture. We'll be looking specifically at how to integrate Illustrator objects into the page design - both as editable paths and as placed items with Styles applied - all the while maintaining their transparency.

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