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Where can you use InDesign?
- Download a free 30-day trial (Mac or Win) at http://www.adobe.com/downloads
- Use it for free in the Vitale Digital Media Lab or in the Weigle Information Commons
- Purchase it at a discounted price at the Computer Connection (located in the Penn Bookstore)
Why learn InDesign?
Adobe InDesign is a robust page layout application that can produce sophisticated magazine and newspaper layouts, as well as newsletters, brochures and mailers. Adobe InDesign is a robust page layout application that can produce sophisticated magazine and newspaper layouts, as well as newsletters, brochures and mailers.
Penn Libraries offers assistance with InDesign through workshops, small-group and individual consultations, online tutorials and access to Lynda.com tutorials.
What you'll learn in our InDesign Workshop:
- InDesign Functionality
- Examples of InDesign created work
- InDesign Workflow
- Overview of program tools and layout
- Organizing your InDesign files
- Changing fill and stroke colors
- Placing files into an InDesign document
- Using text
- Scaling and cropping
- Page Numbering
- Integrating Illustrator and Photoshop
LinkedIn Learning @ Penn
LinkedIn Learning provides over 77,000 training videos related to new technologies and software. Faculty, students, and permanent staff can access LinkedIn Learning through Pennkey access.
InDesign Tips from Layers Magazine