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InDesign Magazine explores Adobe Creative Suite 2

April 13, 2005

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The current issue of InDesign Magazine, an in-depth resource for serious users of Adobe InDesign software, offers extensive coverage of InDesign CS2 -- part of the recently announced, forthcoming upgrade to Adobe's Creative Suite products.

Issue 5 includes four articles -- 26 pages -- with insider information on InDesign CS2 and the rest of the Adobe Creative Suite 2 product lineup, detailing many new features that enhance productivity and creativity. And although the suite has yet to ship, the latest issue includes how-to guides and tips on using InDesign CS and third-party plug-ins. Among the expert authors featured are David Blatner, Sandee Cohen, Olav Martin Kvern, Brad Walrod, Diane Burns, and Jay Nelson.

InDesign Magazine, the first magazine devoted to Adobe's page-layout program, strives to provide the InDesign user community with "authoritative advice about this revolutionary product for designers, publishers, graphic artists, and visual communicators."

The magazine is available by paid subscription, and bi-monthly issues are delivered electronically in PDF. A free trial issue can be downloaded from the site.

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