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Adobe InDesign Course: Level 2

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Adobe InDesign courses in Sydney. Create elegant layouts for page design and publishing.

Adobe InDesign is the industry-leading page design and layout app that lets you create, preflight, and publish beautiful documents for print and digital media. Adobe InDesign has everything you need to make posters, books, digital magazines, eBooks, interactive PDFs, and more. Whether you work in print or digital media, Adobe InDesign can help you create layouts that leap off the page. Learn Adobe InDesign with Adobe InDesign courses in Sydney at NEWCourse – created for you by the University of Newcastle.

The skills and knowledge acquired in this Adobe InDesign course are sufficient to expand your knowledge beyond content covered in Adobe InDesign Course: Level 1 and to be able to work with various advanced aspects of InDesign including working with the Creative Cloud, creating and modifying interactive documents and much more.

This Adobe Premiere Pro training course is delivered by an Adobe Certified Trainer.

Learning Outcomes

At the completion of this Adobe InDesign training course you should be able to:

  1. Understand and work with your Adobe account.
  2. Understand, modify and create Creative Cloud libraries.
  3. Collaborate and work with others effectively.
  4. Format text.
  5. Apply formatting to various kinds of objects.
  6. Understand and work with styles.
  7. Understand, create and modify tables.
  8. Create and insert a table of contents and an index.
  9. Create a simple E-Publication.
  10. Understand and work with alternate layouts.

Course Content

This Adobe InDesign training course will cover the following content:

The Adobe Account

  • The Adobe Website.
  • Signing in to Your Adobe Account.
  • The Creative Profile Home Page.
  • Managing Your Adobe Account.
  • Adobe Creative Cloud Application Manager.
  • Working With Apps.
  • Understanding Library Assets.
  • Understanding TypeKit.
  • Add Fonts in Typekit.
  • Understanding Adobe Colour CC.
  • Understanding Behance.

Adobe Creative Cloud Libraries

  • The Libraries Panel.
  • Adding Elements to the Library.
  • Accessing the Contents of Your Library Online.
  • Sorting the Contents of the Library.
  • Adding People to Your Library.
  • Working With Libraries.

Working Collaboratively with Adobe InDesign

  • Uploading a File to Creative Cloud.
  • Creating a Folder in Creative Cloud.
  • Working With Files and Folders.
  • Adding Collaborators.
  • Viewing and Navigating a File in Creative Cloud.
  • Making Changes to a Shared File.
  • Commenting on a Shared File.
  • Deleting Comments.
  • Creating User Identification.
  • Adding Notes to a Shared File.
  • Viewing Notes in a Shared File.
  • Working With Tracked Changes.
  • Accepting Collaboration Invitations.
  • Removing Collaborators.

Adobe InDesign Paragraph Formatting

  • Understanding the Paragraph Panel.
  • Applying Space Before and After Paragraphs.
  • Applying an Indent.
  • Applying a First Line Indent.
  • Understanding Tabs.
  • Setting Drop Caps.
  • Creating a Bulleted List.

Formatting Objects in Adobe InDesign

  • Applying Effects.
  • Applying Corner Effects.
  • Applying Transparency.
  • Applying a Gradient to an Object.
  • Using the Eyedropper to Copy Formatting.
  • The Find Change Dialog Box.
  • Creating a Snippet.
  • Inserting a Snippet.

Working With Adobe InDesign Styles

  • Understanding Styles.
  • Understanding Styles Panels.
  • Creating Character Styles.
  • Applying Character Styles.
  • Creating Paragraph Styles.
  • Creating a Style From Existing Formatting.
  • Applying Paragraph Styles.
  • Working With Style Groups.
  • Editing Styles.
  • Creating and Applying Object Styles.
  • Deleting Styles and Style Groups.

Working With Adobe InDesign Tables

  • Creating a Table.
  • Selecting Tables and Table Cells.
  • Entering Text in a Table Cell.
  • Adjusting a Table.
  • Formatting Text in a Table.
  • Understanding the Table Panel.
  • Formatting Cells.
  • Working With Table Borders.
  • Working With Table Colour.
  • Importing a Spreadsheet Table.
  • Deleting a Table.

Long Documents in Adobe InDesign

  • Understanding Tables of Contents.
  • Inserting a Table of Contents.
  • Formatting a Table of Contents.
  • Creating a Table of Contents Style.
  • Updating a Table of Contents.
  • Understanding Indexes.
  • Adding Index Entries.
  • Generating a Simple Index.

Creating a Simple Adobe InDesign E-Publication

  • Understanding Digital Documents.
  • Fixed Layout vs Reflowable.
  • Checking Your Fonts for EPUBS.
  • Interactive Navigation Tools.
  • Understanding Adding Animation.
  • The EPUB Interactivity Preview Panel.
  • Adding Animation.
  • Creating a Multi State Object.
  • Interactive Objects.
  • Creating a Button.
  • The EPUB Export Options Dialog box.
  • Exporting to EPUB.
  • Understanding MultiMedia Tools.

Alternate Layouts in Adobe InDesign

  • Understanding Alternate Layouts.
  • Previewing Liquid Layout.
  • Applying Liquid Layout Rules.
  • Constraining Specific Objects.
  • Applying Rules to Other Pages.
  • Creating an Alternate Layout.
  • Splitting the Document Window.

Intended Audience

This Adobe InDesign training course provides a comprehensive and thorough coverage of using InDesign and requires some knowledge of the Indesign software package. This Adobe InDesign course is ideal for new or existing InDesign users seeking to learn InDesign tasks outlined in the course content.

Delivery Style

This Adobe InDesign course is presented as a practical, instructor-led computer-based training course in an Adobe CC environment. In this Adobe InDesign course you’ll have dedicated access to a computer exclusively for your use so you can follow instructor training and work through examples in an application-focused teaching environment.

Course Prerequisites

This Adobe InDesign course assumes some knowledge of InDesign. You should be familiar with the basic functions of a computer operating system such as navigating the environment using a mouse and keyboard, starting applications, copying and pasting objects, formatting text, creating folders, opening files, saving files, familiarity with the accessing the Internet and use of common web browsers. If you do not have these skills, we recommend attending the Basic Computer Skills Course before attempting this course.

    Free repeat course (conditions apply)

    Free USB Flash drive

    Face to face with expert trainers

    Dedicated computer for every student

    Small class sizes

    Course materials – yours to keep

    Certificate of completion

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