Titel: QuarkXPress 5 Bible
Autor/en: Galen Gruman, Barbara Assadi, Kelly K. Anton, Rick LePage
1. , Auflage.
Wiley & Sons
2002 - kartoniert - 942 Seiten
A comprehensive guide to the latest release of QuarkXPress, this book explains through many visual examples how to use the layout program in the context of real work -- whether designing for print or for the Web. Not a regurgitation of the product manuals, this book comes from the perspective of the designer to help the designer use QuarkXPress most effectively. The book covers all significant aspects Xpress, including hundreds of new features included with the long anticipated version 5, from color printing to online publishing with HTML, from workgroup publishing to cross-platform exchange, from source file preparation to printed output, and from new XML tools, to XML-based documents for multiple media. "I can think of no better guides to the world of QuarkXPress 5 than the three authors who have produced this book." --Rick LePage, Editor-in-Chief, Macworld
What you need
Create Web-ready documents with XML rollovers, hyperlinks, and meta tags
Discover the new Table tool for high-impact, illustrated charts and tables.
Master the latest interface improvements for maximum productivity
XTensions, templates, Web tools, and more!
If QuarkXPress 5 can do it, you can do it, too . . .
QuarkXPress 5 brings hundreds of new features, including powerful Web-publishing tools, to the world's favorite page-layout package. This comprehensive reference takes you step by step through the processes and techniques you need to create a broad array of stunning print and online documents. Whether you're producing a party invitation, an interactive Web page, or a national ad campaign, you'll find all the guidance and practical advice you need.
Inside, you'll find complete coverage of QuarkXPress 5
Create Web-ready documents complete with rollovers, image maps, hyperlinks, tables, and meta tags
Use the XML feature of the included Avenue.Quark XTension to create media-independent content
Add hyperlinks to exported PDF pages
Customize underline styles with the color, shade, width, and offset of your choice
Master dozens of type techniques using style sheets and advanced editing features
Gain more control of your layouts using the new Layers tool
Get up to speed on the new consolidated Tool palette
Get answers fast from hundreds of new tips and a quick-reference tear-out card
Discover how to use new sophisticated typographic display controls
Learn how to use QuarkXPress to create Web documents
Scores of XTensions, including LiveKeys XT, FullColor XT and Printools XT
Templates for common items from Joseph Stubbs Creations
Graphic Converter, PopCharPro, and PageShot
Plus Font Reserve trial, Suitcase and TechTracker demo versions
PC running Windows 9x/2000/Me/XP, Windows NT 4 or later; Power Macintosh running System 8.6 or later. See the About the CD Appendix for details and complete system requirements.
Part I: Welcome to QuarkXPress.
Chapter 1: Introducing QuarkXPress.
Chapter 2: Taking a Tour of QuarkXPress.
Chapter 3: Setting Preferences and Defaults.
Chapter 4: Managing Files.
Chapter 5: The Publishing Environment.
Part II: Layout for Print.
Chapter 6: Layout Theory.
Chapter 7: Creating a New Document.
Chapter 8: Working with Items.
Chapter 9: Working with Pages.
Chapter 10: Working with Layers.
Part III: Text.
Chapter 11: Working with Text Files.
Chapter 12: Flowing Text.
Chapter 13: Editing Text.
Part IV: Typography.
Chapter 14: Typography Theory.
Chapter 15: Setting Character Attributes.
Chapter 16: Setting Paragraph Attributes.
Chapter 17: Fine-Tuning Spacing.
Chapter 18: Special Typographic Techniques.
Chapter 19: Tabs and Tables.
Part V: Graphics.
Chapter 20: Working with Graphic Files.
Chapter 21: Modifying Graphics.
Chapter 22: Working with Clipping Paths.
Chapter 23: Combining Text and Graphics.
Part VI: Illustrations.
Chapter 24: Drawing Tools and Terms.
Chapter 25:Creating Illustrations.
Chapter 26:Creating Composite Illustrations.
Part VII: Color.
Chapter 27: Color Fundamentals.
Chapter 28: Creating and Applying Colors.
Chapter 29: Color Management.
Chapter 30: Trapping.
Part VIII: Managing Projects.
Chapter 31: Communicating in a Workgroup.
Chapter 32:Using Style Sheets Effectively.
Chapter 33: Using Libraries and Templates Effectively Chapter 34:Using Long-Document Features.
Part IX: Output.
Chapter 35: Printing Documents.
Chapter 36:Working with a Service Bureau.
Part X: Interactive and Web Publishing.
Chapter 37: Web Publishing Basics.
Chapter 38: Creating Basic Web Documents.
Chapter 39: Creating Interactive Documents.
Chapter 40: Exporting Documents as PDF Files.
Part XI: Going Beyond the Program.
Chapter 41: Using Xtensions.
Chapter 42: Scripting QuarkXPress.
Part XII: Appendixes.
Appendix A:Installing or Upgrading QuarkXPress.
Appendix B: Using XPress Tags.
Appendix C:Most-Useful Shortcuts.
Appendix D: Cross-Platform Issues and Solutions.
Appendix E: CD Contents.
End-User License Agreement.
Galen Gruman is principal at The Zango Group, an editorial and marketing consulting firm, and senior editorial associate at BayCreative, a creative consultancy, as well as editorial director at EmergeMedia, publisher of IT Wireless. He has also been editor of Macworld and M-Business, executive editor of Upside, West Coast bureau chief of Computerworld, and vice president of content for ThirdAge.com. He is coauthor of 13 other books on desktop publishing. Gruman led one of the first successful conversions of a national magazine to desktop publishing in 1986 and has covered publishing technology since then for several publications, including the trade weekly InfoWorld, for which he began writing in 1986, and Macworld, whose staff he joined in 1991. Originally a newspaper reporter in Los Angeles, Gruman got bit by the production-technology bug in 1979 and hasn't recovered.
"I can think of no better guides to the world of QuarkXPress 5 than the three authors who have produced this book." --Rick LePage, Editor-in-Chief, Macworld