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In this tutorial we’re going to be learning how to use InDesign to create a clean and structured CV/Resumé design. We will be using basic tools and techniques (but ever so important ones!) to create the design. If you haven’t already, you should check out our “Getting To Grips With InDesign” series to brush up on your InDesign skills.
In the seventh part of the Getting To Grips series we will be covering the following topics: How to create a book file Adding documents to a book file Specifying and customizing a page numbering Creating a running header/footer Introduction In this tutorial we’re going to be learning how to work with long documents, specifically […]
This article/tutorial is the sixth in the series. In this chapter of the Getting To Grips series we will be covering the following topics: Differences between Vector and Bitmap images Importing Photoshop files Importing Illustrator files Managing your placed files Using and creating libraries Importing and Revealing Files in Adobe Bridge Telling the difference between […]
This article/tutorial is the fifth in the series. In this part of the Getting To Grips Series we will be covering the following topics: Creating Paragraph Styles Applying Paragraph Styles Creating Character Styles Applying Character Styles Nesting Character Styles within Paragraph Styles Creating Object Styles Applying Object Styles If you like this article, please do […]
This article/tutorial is the fourth in the series. In this chapter of the Getting To Grips series we will be covering the following topics: Adding new colors to the Swatches panel Applying colors to objects Creating strokes Creating and applying gradients to objects Creating a spot color Printing Requirements I’m not going to go over […]