Get a quick handle on the new features of QuarkXPress 6, including Mac OS X and Windows XP compatibility, enhanced undo functionality, full-resolution previews, and new ways to manage complex projects Written by designers for designers, covering all the major tools for layout, text editing, special effects, Web page development, and printing in simple, easy-to-understand language Enables both beginning and intermediate designers to start using the program quickly From two highly qualified authors: Barbara Assadi, former manager of Quark, Inc.’s Editorial Services department, and Galen Gruman, a desktop publishing pioneer and former executive editor of Macworld
Introduction. Part I: Getting Started. Chapter 1: Introducing QuarkXPress. Chapter 2: Have It Your Way. Chapter 3: Boxes and Text Unite! Chapter 4: A Picture Is Worth. Chapter 5: Getting Tricky with Boxes. Part II: Adding Style and Substance. Chapter 6: You’ve Got Real Style. Chapter 7: Working with Special Characters. Chapter 8: Devil in the Details. Chapter 9: A Touch of Color. Chapter 10: Understanding XTensions. Chapter 11: Outputting Projects. Part III: The Picasso Factor. Chapter 12: Using QuarkXPress as an Illustration Tool. Chapter 13: Other Controls for Managing Items. Chapter 14: Warped Images. Chapter 15: Text as Art. Part IV: Going Long and Linking. Chapter 16: Building Books and Standardized Layouts. Chapter 17: Making Lists and Indexes. Part V: Taking QuarkXPress to the Web. Chapter 18: Web Projects: An Overview. Chapter 19: Getting Your Site Up and Running. Part VI: Guru in Training. Chapter 20: Customizing QuarkXPress. Part VII: The Part of Tens. Chapter 21: The Ten Most Common Mistakes. Chapter 22: More Than Ten Terms to Know. Index.
While aimed at beginners, Dummies also highlights new features in Quark v.6for up-graders seeking to brush up their skills. Clear prose, step-by-step instructions, tips and warnings make this a useful guide; sidebars and brief notes on "technical stuff" provide additional information without overwhelming novices. Content ranges from a basic introduction to the interface up through creating web projects and indexes. Covering both the Windows and Mac versions, this is a good purchase for all public libraries and those seeking to replace older guides (see Computer Media, LJ 9/11/02). (Library Journal, November 1, 2003)
Barbara Assadi is cofounder and principal of BayCreative, a San Francisco marketing services agency. Galen Gruman is a former Macworld editor and a desktop publishing pioneer.
Gain control and design more easily with cool new features Discover synchronized text, full resolution previews, PostScript® 3 support, and more If you have designs on creating great pages, read these pages first! Design pros walk you through every quirk of Quark, from panes and palettes to prepress and production. Soon you’ll be spicing things up with special effects, converting print files to HTML, combining print and Web layouts, and producing publications packed with punch. The Dummies Way Explanations in plain English "Get in, get out" information Icons and other navigational aids Tear-out cheat sheet Top ten lists A dash of humor and fun
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