How To Get Started With Adobe InDesign CS6 – 10 Things Beginners Want To Know How To Do

 

In this episode of the Adobe Creative Suite Podcast Terry White shows beginners How To Get Started with Adobe InDesign CS6 – The 10 Things Beginners Want to Know How To Do. InDesign is a core piece of the Creative Suite and Creative Cloud. This video takes the approach of showing beginners how to do the things they usually want to know how to do right away. See how to create a layout from scratch.

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  • http://phodigraphy.com Gilad Koriski

    I promise to download your windows app as soon as it comes out, I Love your podcasts!

  • http://phodigraphy.com Gilad Koriski

    I Love your podcasts! I promise to download your windows app as soon as it comes out.

  • http://www.markzware.com David Dilling

    Thank you Terry, great tutorial; love the irregular text wrap feature around a cut-out image !

  • http://fieldjournaling.com Janet White

    Thank you so very much! Exactly a couple of key pieces of information I needed just this morning!

  • mariano

    Hi, thank you very much for this video. I’m approaching to InDesign and your video is what I needed to get started. Just one question. When I Option + double click on an Image to edit it in PS, I get my photo opened in Preview. And I can’t find where to edit my external editing preferences, e.g. as I do in Lightroom. Any precious hint on this? Many thanks Terry.

    • http://terrywhite.com Terry White

      Thanks! These kinds of preferences are controlled by Mac OS X. For example, if you want a .JPG to open in PS instead of Preview, find one do a Get Info on it in the Finder. Choose Open in Photoshop and click Change All so that all JPGs open in PS. Do this for PSDs, PNGs, etc.

  • mariano

    Great, done! thanks again:-)

  • Brian

    Fantastic beginner’s guide! I’ve never used InDesign, but I was always intrigued by the possibilities.

    Thanks for helping me to get started.

  • http://www.facebook.com/wade.hone Wade Hone

    This was amazing! I really liked your presentation skill sir! I had no idea what InDesign even did, and walked away from this tutorial with creative visions of projects that could keep me busy for months! thanks so much for taking the time to put this (and your other tutorials,) together.

    Wade Hone.

  • http://www.facebook.com/london.dusk.7 London Dusk

    Terry, impressive presentation!! You nailed every point I needed to get me started. Cheers!!!

    Is it possible to watch the bonus clip on the computer too?

    Thank you so very much for sharing with us precious information.

    londondusk@hotmail.com