|1 Layouts||2 Images||3 Wrap Text|
|4 Type on a curve||5 Layers||6 Selection Tools|
|7 Images||8 Indesign Effects||9 Gradients|
|10 Drop Shadow||TIP Doc. Colour|
Sunday, 26 October 2008
Since Adobe released InDesign CS2 -- the fourth version of the company's challenge to QuarkXpress -- in 2005, a lot has happened. InDesign has increased its market share in the design and publishing world. Adobe acquired Macromedia and its product line (including Flash, Dreamweaver, and Fireworks), and InDesign's chief rival scored a victory in the battle between the two by releasing QuarkXpress 7.0 as the first major page-layout software to run natively on the Intel-based Macintosh platform.