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Adobe PageMaker 6.5
Foundation Level
Training Manual
Corporate Edition
C C T G L O B A L
. C O M

Summary of Contents

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Level Training Manual Corporate Edition C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

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    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    INTRODUCTION TO PAGEMAKER ...................... 1 6.5? ........................2 HAT IS AKER What is PageMaker?..........................2 Types of output............................2 Adobe PageMaker website........................2 .......................... 3 AKER XTENSIONS Extensions.............................. 3 Using Publication files .......................... 3 Using Template files ..........................3 ..........................4...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Changing the Document Setup ......................25 ............................26 ASTER AGES Setting Up Master Pages ........................26 To Display the Master Page content....................27 ..........................28 AVING OCUMENTS Using the Save and Save As commands....................28 File Types ............................30 ..........................31 PENING OCUMENTS Using the Open command........................

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Using the Color Options dialog box ....................52 Applying a Color Name ........................53 Applying Color Type..........................53 Applying a Color Model ........................54 Applying a Color Field ........................54 Previewing Colors ..........................54 ............................. 55 OLORS ALETTE Using the Stroke Button ........................55 Using the Fill Button ...........................

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    ....................75 HARACTER PECIFICATIONS IALOG Using the Character Specifications dialog box ................... 75 To display the Character Specifications dialog box ................75 Choosing Font Names.......................... 75 Setting Font Size ..........................76 Setting Leading ............................ 76 Setting Horizontal Scale ........................76 Setting text Color ..........................

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    Moving objects using the Control Palette.................... 97 Removing Objects ..........................97 ........................... 98 LIGNING BJECTS Using the Align Objects dialog box ..................... 98 Setting the Align Icons ......................... 99 Setting the Distribute Icons........................99 Using the Alignment Preview ......................100 ..........................

  • Page 9: Introduction To Pagemaker

    Introduction to PageMaker  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Introduction to PageMaker When you • Use Publication files have • Use Template files completed • Use General Preferences this learning • Set the Measurement In module you • Set the Vertical ruler will have •...

  • Page 10: What Is Pagemaker

    • If you don’t already have PageMaker 6.5 you can download a Demo PageMaker Version from the Adobe website at http://www.adobe.com and use it website for 30 days before having to purchase it. This is a great opportunity to learn the program and see if you like it, before investing in it.

  • Page 11: P Age M Aker E Xtensions, Extensions

    PageMaker Extensions • PageMaker uses two kind of Extensions: .P65 (Publication files) .T65 (Template files ) Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 3 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Extensions • PageMaker uses two kind of extensions, .P65 and .T65 Using •...

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    . Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 4 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using • From the main menu, choose File > Preferences > General to open the General General Preferences dialog box.

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    Introduction to PageMaker  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting While the default Measurement system is inches, you can change the Measurement measurement units to picas, millimeters, and ciceros: • Setting the The Vertical Ruler default setting is inches, however you can change Vertical Ruler the vertical ruler units to picas, millimeters, and ciceros: Setting the...

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    Introduction to PageMaker  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting the The Save option allows you to select the saving option appropriate for Save Option you. The default setting is Faster: Applying • You can determine whether the Guides appear in front of or behind Guides objects.

  • Page 15: R Eview Q Uestions

    Introduction to PageMaker  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 5 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use Publication files? you: • Use Template files? • Use General Preferences? •...

  • Page 17: Pagemaker Interface

    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation PageMaker Interface When you • Use the PageMaker Environment have • Use Blank Pages completed • Use the Pasteboard this learning • Use the Toolbox module you • Use the Colors Palette will have •...

  • Page 18: W Ork E Nvironment

    Page icons, horizontal and vertical Scroll Bars, Rulers, the Control palette, the Toolbox, and other palettes. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 6 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The PageMaker environment will display a New Publication window, PageMaker...

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    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using Blank When starting with a new document, you will see a blank page Pages with/without Margin Guides set to a size specified in the Page Setup dialog box. A rectangle with a black key line and a drop shadow represents the page.

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 7 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The PageMaker Tool palette enables you to access the basic tools...

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    • By default every Colors palette must contain the following colors : None, Paper, Black, and Registration. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 8 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Colors Palette...

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    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • The Colors palette contains the following colors by default: None, Paper, Black, and Registration. None: Apply this color to objects you want to be transparent-that is when you want the color of a background object to show through the selected object.

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    Paragraph Control Palette making repeat trips to the Type menu. Object Control Palette Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 9 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Control palette gives you a one-stop shop, enabling you to...

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    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the The Paragraph View of the Control palette offers many of the same Paragraph options as the Character View. Such as, Apply button, View Character/Paragraph buttons Alignment, Style, Cursor position indicator, First line indent, Right indent, Left indent, Add space above paragraph, Grid options, Add space after paragraph: Note: To toggle between the character and paragraph views of the...

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    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the When drawing/selecting objects, the Control palette will change Object View depending on the object type: Apply button: Apply changes to objects using numeric values you enter. Proxy: Represents the selected object. Click to set a reference point, or the point you are manipulating on the object.

  • Page 26: R Ulers /g Uides, Using Rulers, To Change The Ruler Measurements

    View > Show/Hide Rulers OR by pressing the Ctrl + R key combination. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 10 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using Rulers • Rulers can be toggled on and off by choosing View > Show/Hide Rulers OR by pressing the Ctrl + R key combination.

  • Page 27: Using Guides

    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using Guides Guides are used to help you place objects precisely on your page. These ruler guides help you align objects along the same plane, and like the margin and column guides, they do not print: To add a •...

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    PageMaker Interface  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 11 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use the PageMaker Environment? you: • Use Blank Pages? • Use the Pasteboard? •...

  • Page 29: Documents

    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Documents When you • Create New Documents have • Use the Document Setup dialog box completed • Apply Page Size this learning • Apply Dimensions module you • Apply Orientation will have •...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 12 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Creating New • Creating a New Document allows you to set up the publication page Documents with specified settings.

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Using the The Document Setup dialog box allows you to define various Document characteristics of your document such as the page size, number of Setup dialog pages, and page-numbering: • Applying Click the Page Size pop-up menu to see the standard page sizes Page Size provided:...

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Applying The Options allow you to set your page setup: Options Double-sided – When checked will cause the left and right margins to become the inside and outside. Select this option when creating publications printed on both sides of the page, a magazine, newsletter, or book.

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Changing the Although the Change Setup dialog box appears when you choose Document File > New to create a new publication, you can modify a publication's Setup Document Setup at any point in your work by choosing File > Document Setup while the publication is active: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 13 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Up • The Master Page typically contains the basic design elements of a Master Pages page, such as headers and footers, and page numbers.

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Display From the main menu, choose View > Display Master Page Items: the Master Page content FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2001 - www.cctglobal.com...

  • Page 36: S Aving D Ocuments

    • To save your publication, choose File > Save OR press the Ctrl + S key combination. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 14 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Save and Save As commands allow you to store your active Save and publication.

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • When you Save your publication for the first time or if you choose the Save As command, you will see the Save Publication dialog box. In this dialog box, you can choose the location you would like to save you publication, crate a name to represent your publication and choose the file type you would like the publication to save as: Note: One of the most practical habits you can develop is to save your...

  • Page 38: File Types

    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • File Types The Save as type drop down list allows you to choose how you want to save your publication: • The Publication file type will save your publication as a native PageMaker 6.5 file.

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    • To Open a publication choose File > Open OR press the Ctrl + O key combination. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 15 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Open command allows you to open a previously saved Open publication.

  • Page 40: Panose Font Matching

    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • When you are opening up a publication you will see the Open Publication dialog box. This dialog box allows you to navigate around your hard drive to locate PageMaker files: Note: By default PageMaker Files are the only file types that will be available to you in the Open Publication dialog box.

  • Page 41: C Losing D Ocuments

    PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Closing Documents Closing Documents • Close command, closes the active publication. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 16 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • From the main menu, choose File > Close to close the active Close...

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    Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 17 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Create New Documents? you: • Use the Document Setup dialog box? •...

  • Page 43: Tools

    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Tools When you • Use the Pointer Tool have • Use the Text Tool completed • Use the Rotating Tool this learning • Use the Cropping Tool module you • Use Drawing Tools will have •...

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    • The Cropping tool is used to crop parts of the graphic that you do not want to print. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 18 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Pointer tool is used to select, move, and resize text...

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    (or frames to hold text or imported graphics) to which you can apply a stroke and or fill. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 19 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using • The Drawing tools allow you to create simple graphics (or frames to...

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the The Rectangle tool is used to draw rectangles, or by holding down the Rectangle Shift key allows you to draw squares. You can change the corner Tool radius of the rectangle before it is drawn by double clicking the rectangle tool to display the Rounded Corners dialog box: Note: You can change the corners of the rectangle after it has been drawn, by choosing the Element >...

  • Page 47: To Move Your Page

    • These tools can be used on their own or in conjunction with other tools by using the keyboard shortcut. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 20 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using Visual • The Visual tools allow you to zoom in and out of or navigate around Tools your publication or Pasteboard.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To magnify Select the Zoom tool. part of a page • Click and drag to draw a marquee around the area you want to by dragging magnify. To zoom in •...

  • Page 49: M Odifying T Ools

    Modifying Tools Modifying Tools • Double-clicking some of the tools will display various dialog boxes. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 21 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • Double-clicking the Pointer tool will display the Preferences dialog Preferences...

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Double-clicking the Text tool will display the Character Character Specifications dialog box: Specification s dialog box • The Character Specifications dialog box will allow you to control the font, size, and other attributes of a selected range of text, part of the default, or part of a style.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Double-clicking the Rectangle tool will display the Rounded Corners Rounded dialog box: Corners dialog box • The Rounded Corners dialog box allows you to select the shape of corners when a PageMaker-drawn box is selected.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Fill Double-clicking the Ellipse tool will display the Fill and Stroke dialog and Stroke box: dialog box • You can modify objects a number of ways with Fill and Strokes. For example, you can resize, rotate, and add color to objects.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Double-clicking the Frame tools will display the Frame Options dialog Frame box: Options dialog box • The Frame Options dialog box allows you to specify alignment and offset for text or graphics within a frame. This is unavailable if a frame is not selected.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Double-clicking the Polygon tools will display the Polygon Settings Polygon dialog box: Settings dialog box • The Polygon Settings dialog box allows you to change the shape of polygons.

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    Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 22 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use the Pointer Tool? you: • Use the Text Tool? • Use the Rotating Tool? •...

  • Page 57: Colors And Fills

    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Colors and Fills When you • Use the Define Colors dialog box have • Create Colors completed • Edit Colors this learning • Remove Colors module you • Use the Color Options dialog box will have •...

  • Page 58: Using The Define Colors Dialog Box

    Define Colors dialog box. • To open the Define Colors dialog box, choose Utilities > Define Colors. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 23 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • To open the Define Colors Define Colors...

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    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Creating Creating new Spot and Process colors is simple. To create a New Colors Color, select the New button to open the Color Options dialog box: • Editing When you Edit Colors, PageMaker will automatically update any Colors objects that the color was applied to:...

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    Options dialog box by choosing Utilities > Define Color and clicking the New button. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 24 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • To select a color or choose a color model (such as RGB), go to the Color Color Options dialog box by choosing Utilities >...

  • Page 61: Applying Color Type

    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Applying a Cyan, black, and yellow are just a few of the colors to name when Color Name trying to define a color in the color Name field. Black is the default color: Note: It is good idea to include the different color values you used to create the color, rather than just giving the color a creative name.

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    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Applying a The Color Model can be changed to CMYK, RGB or HLS: Color Model Note: You can use any of the models to create a process color, but PageMaker will convert those values to the approximate CMYK values when you print separations or color composites.

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    Color Icon CMS Color Model Trash Icon and Ink Value Create New color Icon Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 25 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Stroke button specifies the line weight and pattern for the Stroke Button rectangle, ellipse, or polygon tool.

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    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the Fill The Fill button lets you specify a fill or pattern when drawing a Button rectangle, ellipse, or polygon: • To select a pattern fill choose the Element > Fill command: Note: A pattern fill can also be applied to a selected box or oval.

  • Page 65: Using The Eps Color Icon, Using The Cms Display

    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the The Color Model icon represents the colors model set in the Color Color Model Options dialog box. Icon CMYK Color Model: RGB Color Model: HLS Color Model: •...

  • Page 66

    Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 26 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use the Define Colors dialog box? you: • Create Colors? •...

  • Page 67: Text

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Text When you • Use Text Blocks have • Use Text Frames completed • Input text into a Text Block this learning • Input text into a Text Frame module you •...

  • Page 68

    Frame or a Graphics Frame depending on the content you add into it. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 27 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using Text A Text Block is one of two ways in which PageMaker allows you to add Blocks Text to your publication.

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    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Resize a Select the Pointer Tool from the tools Palette. Text Block • Select the Text block you would like to resize: • Select the text block handle: • Click and drag the handle to the new desired size: Overset Text •...

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    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using Text A Frame becomes a Text Frame or a Graphics Frame depending on Frames the content you add into it. Once you add a graphic to a new frame, the frame becomes a graphic frame and you cannot include text into the frame, unless you first delete or detach the graphic from the frame.

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    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Resize a Select the Pointer Tool from the tools palette. Text Frame • Select the Text Frame you would like to resize: • Select the Text Frame handle: • Click and drag the handle to the new desired size: Overset Text •...

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    Inputting Text • To Input Text into a Text Block. • To Input Text into a Text Frame. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 28 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Inputting text • Create a text block to the desired size:...

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    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Inputting text Create your text frame to the desired size: into a Text Frame • With the text tool selected place the cursor inside of the frame: • Click the mouse button: •...

  • Page 74

    Database documents, Word-Processed documents, another PageMaker Story files, ASCII text files, Rich Text files and HTML files. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 29 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • To open the Place dialog box: Place dialog From the main menu, choose File >...

  • Page 75

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • The Place dialog box allows you to import text (and graphics) from various sources. PageMaker can import such files as Spreadsheet or Database documents, Word-Processed documents, another PageMaker Story files, ASCII text files, Rich Text files and HTML files.

  • Page 76: Size Field

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Choosing File The File Name field is where you enter in the name of the text file you Name are looking for. You can also use the Explorer window to locate your file: •...

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    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting Place Place options radio buttons allow you to determine how the text you are importing will be placed into your publication: • The As New Story option adds the placed file as a new story, separate from the existing stories in your publication.

  • Page 78: Text-only Import Filters

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Text-Only The Text-Only Import filters allow you to further adjust how the Import Filters imported text will appear when it is placed: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2001 - www.cctglobal.com...

  • Page 79: To Highlight Text In A Text Frame Or Text Block With The Mouse

    Text Block with the mouse. • Then delete existing text or add new text. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 30 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 To Highlight • Place the cursor at the appropriate end of the selected sentence:...

  • Page 80: To Copy Text, To Paste The Copied Text

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Highlight Place the insertion point at the start of the range of characters you Text in a Text want to highlight and click the mouse button. frame or text •...

  • Page 81: To Cut Text And Paste, To Paste The Cut Text

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Highlight the desired text you would like to Cut. To Cut Text and Paste • From the main menu, choose Edit > Cut OR press the Ctrl + X key combination •...

  • Page 82: Text Control Palette

    Case, Position, Type Size, Leading, Expert tracking, Horizontal Scale, Kerning, and Baseline Shift to format the text. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 31 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • To display the Control palette, choose Window > Show Control Character Palette.

  • Page 83

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 32 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Character Specifications Dialog Box allows you to format the Character text in your publication.

  • Page 84: Setting Font Size, Setting Leading, Setting Color Tint

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • The Size drop-down list allows you to specify the size of your type in Setting Font Size points: Note: You can only select font sizes from 4 to 650 points in increments of 0.1.

  • Page 85: Setting Type Style

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Type Style checkboxes allow you to make various changes to the look Setting Type Style of your text. You have six options to choose from: Normal: This option will return the text back to it’s original state (with no Style applied to it): Bold: This option will increase the weight of your text, making it thicker: Italic: This option will give the text a slight slant:...

  • Page 86: Setting Case, Setting Track, Setting Line End

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting The Position drop-down list allows you to set your text to Subscript, Position Superscript or Normal (no position applied): Setting Case • The Case drop-down list allows you to change the case of you text. You have choice of Normal, All Caps or Small Caps: Setting Track •...

  • Page 87

    Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 33 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use Text Blocks? you: • Use Text Frames? • Input text into a Text Block? •...

  • Page 89: Pictures

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Pictures When you • Use the Place dialog box have • Choose File Types completed • Set Place this learning • Link and Embed Pictures module you • Retain Cropping Data will have •...

  • Page 90: P Lacing P Ictures

    Import graphics of various file formats such as Tiff, Eps, Jpeg and Gif. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 34 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Place dialog box allows you to Import graphics of various file Place dialog formats such as Tiff, Eps, Jpeg and Gif.

  • Page 91: Kind Field, Size Field, Last Modified Field

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • When you open a graphic file from the place dialog box, your pointer icon will turn into a graphic icon: Note: The graphic files that can be placed into your publication will depend in part on the import filters you have installed into PageMaker.

  • Page 92

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Linking and When you open an image from the Place dialog box, an Alert Embedding message may appear, prompting you to include a complete copy of Pictures the selected image into your publication. The Alert will only appear if the placed image is larger than the default image size of 256 KBytes.

  • Page 93

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 35 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • The Object View of the Control Palette allows you to adjust the size...

  • Page 94

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting the The Size field allows you to adjust the width and height of a picture Frame Size as well as the cropping rectangle: • You can also use the Cropping option in the Control palette to crop a picture which will also reduce it’s size: •...

  • Page 95: Colorizing Pictures

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Copy a Select the desired picture. Picture • From the main menu, choose Edit > Copy OR press the Ctrl + C key combination. To Paste the • From the main menu, choose Edit > Paste copied OR press the Ctrl + V key combination.

  • Page 96

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 36 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Cropping • When you import a graphic from another program or publication, you...

  • Page 97

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Note that while you dragging a node, the image will become a grayscale. • After you crop a graphic, you can control which portions of it appear in your publication by moving the graphic within the visible area. Just click on the picture and drag it inside the cropped area: •...

  • Page 98

    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 37 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use the Place dialog box? you: • Choose File Types? • Set Place? •...

  • Page 99: Objects

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Objects When you • Select Objects have • Group and Ungroup Objects completed • Move Objects with the Mouse this learning • Move Objects with the Control Panel module you • Remove Objects will have •...

  • Page 100: S Electing O Bjects

    • You can select a single object, or you can select multiple objects and modify them all at once. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 38 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Selecting • Use the Pointer tool when selecting objects. You can select a single single Object object, or you can select multiple objects and modify them all at once.

  • Page 101

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Selecting To Add an object or objects to a selection, hold down Shift key as you multiple click on the other object(s): Objects with the Pointer Tool • An object has been added to the selection: •...

  • Page 102

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Selecting To select several objects at once, drag the pointer tool around multiple Objects with objects. Be sure to include each object's bounding box within the the Marquee selection area. •...

  • Page 103: G Rouped O Bjects

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 39 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Grouping • A Group, when selected, appears with four handles at the corners that Objects define the bounding box of all objects in the group.

  • Page 104: M Oving O Bjects

    3. The object has now been moved. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 40 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Moving • Place the pointer over the object you would like to move and select it:...

  • Page 105

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Moving • Moving with the Control palette offers an alternative to manipulating an objects using object manually. Because you can enter exact values, the Control the Control palette allows you to work with graphics and text objects precisely, and Palette several changes can be made without switching to the toolbox or choosing commands.

  • Page 106

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 41 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • With the Align Objects dialog box, you can align objects in relation to...

  • Page 107

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Setting the The Align icons allow you to change the alignment of icons. You can Align Icons choose to align icons left, center, right, or not at all: The Vertical Alignment Icons: The Horizontal Alignment Icons: An active alignment is highlighted in yellow: Setting the...

  • Page 108

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using the The Alignment Preview allows you to see the change of the aligned Alignment objects: Preview • Objects before they are aligned: • The vertical and horizontal icons used: •...

  • Page 109: A Rranging O Bjects

    • The Bring To Front command will move selected objects to the front most level of any overlapping objects. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 42 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • To arrange objects, select an object on the page.

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    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using Send The Send To Back command will move selected objects to the back to Back most level of any overlapping objects. This is unavailable if no objects are selected, or no publication is open. Selected Object: Selected object sent to back: Using Send...

  • Page 111

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Using Bring The Bring Forward command will move selected objects up one level Forward in a stack of overlapping objects. This is unavailable if no objects are selected, or no publication is open. Hidden back most object select with the Ctrl click selection: Selected object moved up one level: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY...

  • Page 112

    Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 43 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Select Objects? you: • Group and Ungroup Objects? • Move Objects with the Mouse? •...

  • Page 113: Output

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Output When you • Use the Print dialog box have • Set Print Document options completed • Select a Printer this learning • Print multiple Copies module you • Collate pages will have •...

  • Page 114: Printing Your Work

    File > Print to open up the Print Document dialog box. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 44 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using the • When you are ready to print your publication, go to File > Print to open...

  • Page 115

    Print Document Print Document • The Print Document displays settings that will allow you to setup various output options. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 45 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Print • The Document button will display Print Document dialog box which...

  • Page 116: Setting Pages

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Printing The Copies field allows you to set the number of copies of your multiple publication you would like to print: Copies Collating • The Collate check box allows you to print multiple copies of a pages document in the order in which it appears in the publication: Note: This setting takes longer to print than if you sent the document...

  • Page 117: Printing Blank Pages

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Printing Page The Print Ranges refers the range of pages you want to print in the Ranges active publication: • Typing a hyphen between two numbers tells PageMaker to print all of the pages in that range.

  • Page 118

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Orientation The Orientation icons can change the way in which the publication Options / will print on the paper. You can choose from tall (also known as Icons portrait) to wide (landscape): Portrait or Tall orientation icon: Landscape or wide orientation icon: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY...

  • Page 119

    • The Print Paper dialog box allows you to define settings that determine how the publication will print on the various paper sizes available on you printer or output device. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 46 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Print •...

  • Page 120

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Choosing The Size drop-down list provides a list of printable pages sizes that Paper Sizes are available to your printer or output device. Some common paper sizes in the US are Legal (8 ½” x 14”), Letter (8 ½” x 11”), and Tabloid (11”x17”), and in Europe some common paper sizes are A4 (210mm x 297mm), A3 (297mm x 420mm), A5 (148mm x 210mm) and B5 (127mm x 250mm):...

  • Page 121

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Tiling Pages The Tiling drop-down list will allow you to tile a publication automatically or you can specify the tiles yourself (manually). • When you print tiles Automatically, PageMaker will calculate the number of pages required, including the overlap.

  • Page 122

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • To Print From the main menu, choose File > Print. Thumbnail • If you're printing on a non-PostScript printer, click Options. proofs If you are printing on a PostScript printer, select a PPD that matches your printer type and click Paper.

  • Page 123

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Graphical Representation view: Numerical Data view: Offset values information: Note: PageMaker gets the offset and paper information for the Fit section from the selected PPD. If the PPD does not match the capabilities or the printer, the offset information may be incorrect.

  • Page 124

    Print Options • The Print Options dialog box allows you to setup how placed images or type will print when your publication is outputted. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 47 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Print • The Options button will display the Print Options dialog box, which...

  • Page 125

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Sending The Send Image Data drop-down list allows you so select the quality Image Data in which to print your placed images: • Choose Normal to send the high-resolution bitmap-image data to the printer.

  • Page 126

    Print Color • The Print Color dialog box allows you to setup how the colored object and placed images used in your publications will print. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 48 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Print •...

  • Page 127

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Composite The Composite radio button prints the process color elements of your Printing publication on one page. Where as the Separations radio button prints the process color elements of you publications onto 4 for separate pages.

  • Page 128: P Rint F Eatures

    Print Features Print Features • The Print Features dialog box is specific to every printer you select and it allows you to setup more print options. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 49 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Setting Print •...

  • Page 129

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • If you have selected a Non-PostScript printer, you will need use the Setup button to set the printer features: Note: For the Non-PostScript printers, the Paper button is changed into a Setup button. FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 130

    Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Review Questions Review Questions Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 50 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 How would • Use the Print dialog box? you: • Set Print Document options? •...

  • Page 131

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Level Exercise Workbook C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

  • Page 132

    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

  • Page 133

    INSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES INTO A FOLDER ............... 1 ........................1 NSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES INTRODUCTION TO PAGEMAKER ...................... 3 ......................3 ETTING UP ENERAL REFERENCES DOCUMENTS .............................. 5 ..........................5 PENING OCUMENTS ......................6 HANGING THE OCUMENT ETUP TOOLS ................................7 ..........................

  • Page 135

    EXERCISES – Installing the Sample Files into a Folder  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Installing the Sample Files into a Folder Installing the sample files • Use the Windows Explorer to create a folder called PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Samples folder, just below the My Documents folder.

  • Page 137

    EXERCISES – Introduction to PageMaker  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Introduction to PageMaker Setting up General Preferences • Use the Windows Explorer to create a folder and call it PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Work Folder. Place your new folder just below the My Documents folder, and copy all PageMaker sample files from the Samples folder into the Work Folder.

  • Page 139

    EXERCISES - Documents  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Documents Opening Documents • From your PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Work Folder open the PageMaker template file called Sample 1.T65: • The Sample 1.T65 file will open up as a copy of the original. •...

  • Page 140: Changing The Document Setup

    Documents - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Changing the Document Setup • From the Main menu, choose File > Document Setup. • Change the page size to: Orientation: Tall Width: Height: • Select the OK button: Note: If the page becomes hard to read, please select from the main menu View >...

  • Page 141

    EXERCISES - Tools  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Tools Modifying Elements • Note: If your Tools palette is hidden please select Window > Show Tools. • Within your sample document exercise select the Pointer tool from your Tool palette. •...

  • Page 142

    Tools - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Within the Fill and stroke dialog box, make the following changes: Fill: None Stroke: .5pt Color: Black • Your document should look like this: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 143: Creating Colors

    EXERCISES – Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Colors and Fills Creating Colors • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Define Colors to open the Define Colors dialog box: • Within the Define Colors dialog box, select the color Green from the list. •...

  • Page 144

    Colors and Fills - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Within the Color Options dialog box, make the following changes: Name: Green C80, Y100 Type: Process Model: CMYK Overprint: Unchecked Cyan: Magenta: 0 Yellow: Black: • Select the OK button.

  • Page 145

    EXERCISES – Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Using the Colors Palette • Using the Pointer tool, select the Red box at the bottom of the screen: • Open the Colors palette, by selecting Window > Show Colors: •...

  • Page 146

    Colors and Fills - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Within the Color Options dialog box, make the following changes: Name: Orange M40, Y80 Type: Spot Model: CMYK Overprint: Unchecked Cyan: Magenta: 40 Yellow: Black: • Select the OK button: •...

  • Page 147

    EXERCISES – Colors and Fills  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Within the Color Options dialog box, make the following changes: Name: Orange Tint Type: Tint Base Color: Orange M40, Y80 Overprint: Unchecked Tint: • Select the OK button: •...

  • Page 148

    Colors and Fills - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Select the Orange Tint color from the Colors palette list: • Unselect the now Orange box by clicking on the blank Pasteboard. • Double-click the Orange Tint color. •...

  • Page 149

    EXERCISES - Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Text Inputting Text • Within your Tool palette select the Text tool, and mouse click on the frame with the words "Enter File Name Here”: • Within the text frame, highlight the all the words, use the click and drag method or triple-click to select all text.

  • Page 150

    Text - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • With the text highlighted, press the Delete key, or press the Backspace key. • The text should all be gone: Note: To get the text back into the text box you can input it, but you don’t have to for this exercise.

  • Page 151

    EXERCISES - Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Placing Text • With the Text tool still selected click on the large text box. • Open the Place dialog box, choosing File > Place. • Select the “The Quick Brow Fox.txt” file from the PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Work Folder: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 152

    Text - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Select the As new story Option. • Select the Open Button. • When The Text-only import filter appears, make the following changes: At end of every line: Unchecked Between paragraphs: Unchecked Replace:...

  • Page 153

    EXERCISES - Text  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Highlight all the text: • Open the Character Specifications dialog box, choosing Type > Character: • Within the Character Specifications dialog box, make the following changes: Font: Arial Track: Normal •...

  • Page 154

    Text - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Click the Paragraph icon to display the Paragraph Palette: • Click the Full Justification button: • Click the Apply button to make sure all of your changes have been applied: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 155

    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Pictures Placing Pictures • Within your Toolbox select the Pointer tool. • Open the Place dialog box. • Choose the “Page 1a Pic.tif” file from the PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Work Folder. •...

  • Page 156

    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • In the Control palette change the scale of the graphic to 35%: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2001 - www.cctglobal.com...

  • Page 157

    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Modifying Picture Color • With the graphic still selected, click the Fill icon in the Colors palette. • Select the Green C80, Y100 color from the list: • Click the empty frame located on the left, above the large text frame: •...

  • Page 158

    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Change the color of the stroke to Blue C100, M80: • The Frame should look like this: • Click and drag the drag the colorized graphic over the empty frame that you just modified: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 159

    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Select the Crop tool from the Control palette. • Select the colorized picture: • Crop the Colorized image until the size is just a but smaller that the empty Frame: •...

  • Page 160

    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Positioning Pictures • With the Pointer tool, click on the Black Box on the lower left corner: • Open the Place dialog box. • Select the “Page 1b Pic.jpg” file from the PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Work Folder: •...

  • Page 161

    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Place the mouse pointer in the box and move the image within the box until the image is visually centered horizontally: • Select the Pointer tool. • Select the Graphic Frame on the bottom left. •...

  • Page 162

    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • From the main menu, choose Element > Text Wrap to display the Text Wrap dialog box. • Make the following changes to frame: • Click OK button. • The text will wrap around the objects and your page should look like this: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 163

    EXERCISES - Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Objects Spacing and Aligning Objects • Click the number 2 Page Icon at the bottom of the work window to go to page two: • Select all elements. • Hold down the Shift key and unselect the Line: •...

  • Page 164

    Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • With the Line still selected, Copy the Line. • Paste the Line 10 times. • When you Paste the last pasted line, move the line to the bottom, and place it on the page margin.

  • Page 165

    EXERCISES - Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Make the following changes: • Select the Horizontal Align to left Icon • Select the Vertical Distribute spaces Icon • Select the Distribute within Bounds Option • Click the OK button: •...

  • Page 166

    Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Resizing and Modifying Objects • Select the Rectangle tool. • In the Colors palette, select the Stroke icon. • Choose the Color None. • Select the Fill icon. • Choose the Cyan Color.

  • Page 167

    EXERCISES - Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation Output Print Your Document You are now ready to print your document! • From the main menu, choose File > Print to open the Print dialog box. • Within the Print Document dialog box, input the following information: Printer: select your available printer PPD:...

  • Page 168

    Output - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Select the Paper button. • Within the Print Paper dialog box, input the following information: Size: Letter Source: Select a Source that contains letter size paper Printers marks: Checked Page information: Checked...

  • Page 169

    EXERCISES - Output  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Foundation • Select the Color button. • Within the Print Color dialog box, input the following information: Composite: Selected Color: Selected Print Colors in Black: Unselected Separations: Unselected Mirror: Unchecked Negative: Unchecked Preserve EPS Colors:...

  • Page 170

    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Level Training Manual Corporate Edition C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

  • Page 171

    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

  • Page 172

    MASTER PAGES............................1 ..........................2 ASTER AGES ALETTE Displaying the Master Pages palette ..................... 2 Using the Master Pages palette ......................3 Removing the Master Pages tab ......................4 Selecting the Master Pages palette menu commands ................4 ......................... 5 REATING ASTER AGES...

  • Page 173

    Using the Paragraph Specifications dialog box .................. 40 Formatting paragraphs........................40 Using the Paragraph Rules dialog box....................41 Applying paragraph rules........................42 Using the Paragraph Rule Options dialog box..................42 ............................43 TYLE HEETS Displaying the Styles Palette ....................... 43 Using the Styles Palette ........................

  • Page 174: Scaling Pages

    ..........................77 EVIEW UESTIONS PICTURES..............................79 EPS I .......................... 80 MPORTING MAGES Using the EPS import filter to place EPS images................80 ............................82 HOTO FFECTS Using Photoshop Effects........................82 Adding Plug-ins to the Effects list......................83 Applying Effects to images........................84 ..............................

  • Page 175

    Printing bleeds........................... 121 ....................... 123 RINTING ANNOT Printing Non-Printing objects ......................123 Creating Non-Printing elements ......................124 Displaying Non-Printing items ......................124 ..........................125 EVIEW UESTIONS FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2001 - www.cctglobal.com...

  • Page 176

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Master Pages When you • Display the Master Pages palette have • Use the Master Pages palette completed • Remove the Master Pages tab this learning • Select the Master Pages palette menu commands module you •...

  • Page 177

    • The Master Pages palette allows you to create and apply Master Pages to Publication Pages. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 2 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Displaying • The Master Pages palette allows you to create and apply Master the Master Pages to Publication Pages.

  • Page 178

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the None – Allows you to remove any Master Page content from a Master Pages publication: palette • Document Master – Every new publication will include a Document Master, which is the default master for your initial pages.

  • Page 179

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Removing the You can click and drag the Master Pages palette tab over an existing Master Pages group to add the palette to that group OR click and drag the palette tab outside an existing group to create a separate palette: Selecting the •...

  • Page 180

    Master Page. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 3 • Using the The New Master Page dialog box allows you to create your own new New Master Master Page.

  • Page 181

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To create a new master page: • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. • Choose New Master Page from the palette menu OR click the New Master Page button. •...

  • Page 182

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the The Save Page as Master dialog box allows you to create a Master Save Page as Page based on an existing publication page. Master dialog • Choose Duplicate “Master Page” from the palette menu to display the Save Page as Master dialog box: To create a new master from an existing publication page: •...

  • Page 183

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To create a new master from an existing master page (Method Two): • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. • Click and drag the master page name you would like to duplicate onto the New Master Button: •...

  • Page 184

    Apply Master dialog box. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 4 • Applying There are several ways to Apply Master Pages to your publication. Master Pages to several •...

  • Page 185

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To apply a master to multiple publication pages: • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. • Choose Apply from the palette menu. • Select the name of the master from the Master Page drop-down list. •...

  • Page 186

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Applying a To change one page or spread at a time: • Master Page Go to the publication page you want to change. to one page • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. at a time •...

  • Page 187

    Name, Margins, and Column Guides of an existing master page. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 5 • Using the The Master Page Options dialog box allows you to edit the Name, Master Page Margins, and Column Guides of an existing master page.

  • Page 188

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To adjust and rename a master page: • Go to the publication page you want to change. • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. • Enter a new name into the Name field •...

  • Page 189

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Removing To remove a Master Page and all it’s contents: • Master Pages From the main menu, choose Window > Show Master Pages. • Select the master page you want to delete. •...

  • Page 190

    The marker will automatically be update to reflect the page number of your Publication Page. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 6 • Adding The Page-Number Marker allows you to place a marker on a Master Page-Number Page.

  • Page 191

    Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 7 How would • Display the Master Pages palette? you:- • Use the Master Pages palette? •...

  • Page 192

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Document Page Features When you • Insert pages have • Display the Insert Pages dialog box completed • Use the Insert Pages dialog box this learning • Insert pages before you start a publication module you •...

  • Page 193

    2. To right-click on the page icon at the bottom of the Publication Window. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 8 • Inserting There are several ways to Insert Pages in PageMaker, the two most...

  • Page 194

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Displaying The Insert Pages dialog box allows you to add new pages to a the Insert publication. You can add pages before or after your current Pages dialog publication page, and insert new pages between facing pages.

  • Page 195

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To insert a page: • From the main menu, choose Layout > Insert Pages OR right-click the Page Icon and select Insert Pages. • Enter the number of pages you would like to add into the Insert field. •...

  • Page 196

    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 9 • Displaying The Sort Pages dialog box allows you to rearrange publication pages the Sort in a way that does not alter the text in a story.

  • Page 197

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The available options in the Sort Pages dialog box are: • Sort Pages Enlarge button – enlarges the size of the thumbnails in the preview dialog box window.

  • Page 198

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Sorting To move a Single or Facing Page: • pages From the main menu, choose Layout > Sort Pages. • In the Sort Pages preview window, select either a single-sided page or a pair of facing pages by clicking the page icons.

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 10 • Changing the PageMaker allows you to change the way in which the pages are page numbered in the publication.

  • Page 200

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • In the Page Numbering dialog box, select one of the 5 numbering styles: Arabic Numeral, Upper Roman, Lower Roman, Upper Alphabetic, and Lower Alphabetic: • Enter in a TOC and index prefix. Note: A page-number prefix can be a number or letter, such as 1- or A-, before the page number.

  • Page 201

    (30 or more pages), use the Go to Page dialog box. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 11 Using the Go • There are several ways to navigate through the pages in PageMaker to Page 6.5.

  • Page 202

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Going back To quickly go Back one single or facing page at a time: • and forward From the main menu, choose Layout > Go Back OR press the Ctrl + Page Up key combination: To quickly go Forward one single or facing page at a time: •...

  • Page 203

    Remove Page • To remove publication pages using the Remove Pages dialog box. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 12 Using the To remove publication pages using the Remove Pages dialog box: • Remove From the main menu, choose Layout > Remove Pages: Pages dialog •...

  • Page 204

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using page You can also get to the Remove Pages dialog box by using the page icons to icons at the bottom of the publication window. remove pages To remove pages using the page icons: •...

  • Page 205

    Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 13 How would • Insert pages? you:- • Display the Insert Pages dialog box? •...

  • Page 206

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Working With Type When you • Display the Control Palette have • Use the Control Palette Paragraph View completed • Use the Control Palette to format text this learning •...

  • Page 207

    Use the paragraph Icon to display the Paragraph View. Use the Apply Icon button to apply the changes you have made in the control palette. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 14 • Displaying The Control Palette allows you to change several formatting options the Control in one place rather than making repeat trips to the Type menu.

  • Page 208

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The available options in the Control Palette Paragraph View are: Control Palette • Style drop-down list – allows you to apply a style sheet to the text Paragraph you are formatting: View...

  • Page 209

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the To format text in a Text Block or Text Frame: • Control From the main menu, choose Window > Show Control Palette. Palette to • Select the Text Tool from the tools palette. format text •...

  • Page 210

    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 15 • Threading Text in PageMaker is part of a Story and each story has to be placed text into a Text Block or Text Frame.

  • Page 211

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Threading When you are Threading imported text using a Text Block, you will Text Blocks see a loaded text icon. • With the loaded text icon , you can use one of three options to thread the text.

  • Page 212

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click to begin flowing the text: Note: Text will flow to the bottom of the page or column and then stop flowing. The remainder of the text will remain in the text block. In order to continue to flow the text, you will have to click on the Overset text icon (the red arrow at the bottom of the text block or frame handle), to display the loaded text Icon that is required to thread text:...

  • Page 213

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Threading Unlike Text Blocks, Text Frames must be threaded together manually. Text Frames When you delete a threaded frame, the text in the frame will move to the next frame in the thread. •...

  • Page 214

    Control palette. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 16 • Displaying The Paragraph Specifications dialog box allows you to apply many formatting commands that are not available on the Control Palette.

  • Page 215

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The available options in the Paragraph Specifications dialog box are: Paragraph Specification • Indent: Left, First and Right s dialog box • Paragraph Space: Before and After •...

  • Page 216

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the The Paragraph Rules dialog box allows you to add a horizontal rule Paragraph above or below a paragraph. The rules become part of the paragraph, Rules dialog so if you move, or resize the text block or text frame the rule will also be adjusted.

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Applying To apply a Paragraph Rule: • paragraph From the tools palette, selected the Text tool. rules • Point and click the mouse in a paragraph you want to format OR highlight several paragraphs at once.

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 17 • Displaying The Style Sheets contain character and paragraph formatting the Styles...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the [No Style] – allows you to remove a style from a paragraph or Styles Palette selected text: • Style Name – allows you to organize and recognize your styles: •...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the The Style Options dialog box allows you to create and edit Styles. Style Options dialog box To display the Style Options dialog box: • Choose New Style from the palette menu OR click the New Style button OR choose Style Options from the palette menu: •...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Para button - this button will display the Paragraph Specifications dialog box: • Tab button - this button will display the Indents/Tabs dialog box: • Hyph button - this button will display the Hyphenation dialog box: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

  • Page 222: To Display The Character Specifications Dialog Box

    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Creating To create a new style: • styles From the main menu, choose Window > Show Styles. • From the Styles palette menu, select the New Style command OR click the New Style button. •...

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    • The Indents/Tabs dialog box allows you to set tabs and indents to style sheets, text blocks and text frames. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 18 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Displaying • The Indents/Tabs dialog box allows you to set tabs and indents to style sheets, text blocks and text frames.

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the Left tab - allows you to set tab stops inward from the left margin of the Indents/Tabs text box: dialog box • Right tab - allows you to set tab stops inward from the right margin of the text box: •...

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    PageMaker had given you a plug-in that make creating numbered and bulleted list easy. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 19 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Displaying • When creating a numbered or bulleted list, you can do it manually by...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Editing If you click the Edit button from the Bullet style options, you will bullets display the Edit Bullet dialog box: • The Edit bullet dialog box allows you to customize your bullets by choosing you own fonts, and type size: •...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Adding a To add a bulleted list to a paragraph: • bulleted list Either click an insertion point in paragraph you want change or to a highlight the range of paragraphs. paragraph •...

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    Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 20 How would • Display the Control Palette? you:- • Use the Control Palette Paragraph View? •...

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Text Objects and Stories When you • Display the PageMaker word processor have • Use the Story Editor completed • Display the Spelling dialog box this learning • Use the Spelling dialog box module you •...

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    PageMaker word processor, when you use the Story Editor. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 21 • Displaying You can edit the text or Story in your publication, in the PageMaker Layout view, or with the built in PageMaker word processor, when PageMaker you use the Story Editor.

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the The Story Editor is only used to edit text, all other none text elements Story Editor will remain in the Layout view. Once you have made your changes, you can return to the Layout view to see how your changes have been applied.

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 22 • Displaying Before you print your publication, it is a good idea to check your the Spelling spelling.

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The options available in the Spelling dialog box are: • Spelling Change to – this field allows you to see the misspelled word, dialog box OR if you select one of the replacement spellings, the field will display the selected replacement.

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Dealing with As PageMaker finds unknown, misspelled words or other possible incorrectly errors, you will be given the opportunity to decide what happens spelt or before you proceed to the next word. unknown words When unknown, incorrectly spelt or other possible errors are found:...

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    Find option. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 23 Displaying • If you are trying to find a specific word or set of characters in a story, the Find the best way to do this is to use the Find option.

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The options available in the Find dialog box are: • Find dialog Find What - this field allows you to specify the word you want to find. Options: •...

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Using the The options available in the Change dialog box are: • Change Find What - this field allows you to specify the word you want to find. dialog box •...

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Finding and To find and change text: • replacing text Using the Text or Pointer tool, select the text you would like to check. • From the main menu, choose Edit > Edit Story OR press the Ctrl + E key combination.

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    Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 24 How would • Display the PageMaker word processor? you:- • Use the Story Editor? •...

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    Dictionary  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Dictionary When you • Add words to the User Dictionary have • Add words using the Spelling dialog box completed this learning module you will have seen how to: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Add the words to the User Dictionary. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 25 Adding There are two ways to add words to the User Dictionary in words to the...

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    Dictionary  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Adding To add a word to your User Dictionary from the Spelling dialog box: • words using Open the Spelling dialog box. the Spelling • Either enter a word into the Change to field, or Start the spell- dialog box checking process: •...

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    Dictionary  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 26 How would • Add words to the User Dictionary? you:- • Add words using the Spelling dialog box? FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Color Management When you • Use the EPS import filter to import colors have • Edit imported colors completed • Control imported colors this learning • Use EPS imported colors module you •...

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    EPS graphics containing color information. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 27 • Using the You can choose which colors are imported when you place EPS EPS import graphics containing color information. Since EPS files contain...

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    Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Add Process and High Fidelity Color Names to Palette – this option allows you to add the process and high fidelity colors from the EPS graphic to the Colors palette. •...

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    Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using EPS You can apply colors imported from an EPS file to objects created in imported PageMaker, grayscale bitmaps, and 1 bit (black and white) colors bitmaps. • Once the colors have been imported, they are added to the colors list.

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 28 • Displaying If used properly Pantone colors can save you money, while allowing Pantone you to add color to your publication.

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    Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Pantone libraries drop-down list: Adding To add Pantone colors from the library to the Colors list: • Pantone From the main menu, choose Window > Show Colors colors OR press the Ctrl + J key combination. •...

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    Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 29 How would • Use the EPS import filter to import colors? you:- • Edit imported colors? •...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Pictures When you • Use the EPS import filter to place EPS images have • Use Photoshop Effects completed • Add Plug-ins to the Effects list this learning • Apply Effects to images module you •...

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    Clipping paths extra colors that be used in PageMaker. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 30 • Using the When it comes to importing images into PageMaker, EPS files are the EPS import most flexible graphic file type to use.

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To import an EPS graphic file: • From the main menu, choose File > Place. • Select the EPS file you would like to import. • Press the Shift key and double-click the file name OR select the Show Filter Preferences option in the Place dialog box and open the selected file.

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    Photoshop TIFF images in PageMaker. Effects • Only plug-ins from Adobe Photoshop version 3.0.4 or higher will work. The Adobe Gallery Effects® will automatically be installed with PageMaker. FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2001 - www.cctglobal.com...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To display the Photoshop Effects dialog box: • From the main menu, choose Element > Image > Photoshop Effects OR right-click the image and select the Photoshop Effects command: Adding Plug- To add a Plug-in to the Effects list: ins to the •...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Applying To apply a Photoshop Effect to an image: • Effects to Select a CMYK or RGB colored TIFF image from the publication. images • From the main menu, choose Element > Image > Photoshop Effects OR right click the image and select the Photoshop Effects command.

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    Keyline with the graphic to move it around. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 32 • Using Adding borders or Keylines has been made easy. To do this Keylines manually requires too many precise steps, and you would have to group the Keyline with the graphic to move it around.

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Adding a To add a Keyline to an object: • Keyline to Select the desired object(s) (do not include groups). objects • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Plug-ins > Keyline. •...

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    • When you update a link, the current internal version of the linked object is replaced. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 33 • Displaying When you update a link, the current internal version of the linked the Links object is replaced.

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the The Links Manager displays a list of the images being used in your Links publication. Manager • Missing links are represented by a “?” and modified links are represented by an “X”...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Options button - allows you to display the Link Options dialog box: Updating To manually update a file: • Links From the main menu, choose File > Links Manager. • Select an object from the list.

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    Mask command to create the effect. Unmasked © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 34 • Masking If you want to cover a part of an object or create non-rectangular images Keylines, you can use the Mask command to create the effect.

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • From the main menu, choose Element > Mask OR press the Ctrl + 6 key combination to Mask the image: • Click the image and adjust the way it fits into the box: •...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Unmasking To unmask an image: • images Select the masking object or the masked object: • From the main menu, choose Element > Unmask OR press the Shift + Ctrl + 6 key combination: Note: Press Shift and then choose Element >...

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    Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 35 How would • Use the EPS import filter to place EPS images? you:- • Use Photoshop Effects? •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Working With Multiple Objects When you • Add Inline graphics to text have • Use text wrap controls completed • Wrap text around a graphic this learning • Customize a text wrap module you •...

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    • You can add graphics into a paragraph, by placing the graphic into the text frame or text block. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 36 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adding Inline • You can add graphics into a paragraph, by placing the graphic into the graphics to text frame or text block.

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Open the desired graphic. • The image will now reside inside the text object: Note: Since an Inline graphic is considered a change to an internal copy of a story, it will be removed if you update the link of the story with a newer version.

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 37 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Using text • There are several controls you have available to control the way text is wrap controls affected by placed graphic.

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Wrapping To wrap text around a graphic: • text around a Select a graphic or image. graphic • From the main menu, choose Element > Text Wrap OR press the Ctrl + Alt + E key combination. •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Restoring To restore a custom boundary back to a rectangular boundary: • custom Select the graphic you would like to restore. boundaries • From the main menu, choose Element > Text Wrap. •...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 38 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Displaying • The advantage of using Layers is the ability to work on a publication...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Using the Default Layer – this layer is the default working layer found in all Layers publications: palette • Layer Name – allows you to organize and recognize your layers: •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate The Layers palette menu commands are: • New Layer - this command allows you to create new layers. • Delete - this command allows you to delete layers. •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the desired Name or the New Layer: • Select a color from the Color drop-down list. • Check or uncheck the Show layer or Lock layer options. •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Changing To change the target layer of an object: • target layer Select the desired object. • Click and drag the small dot from current targeted layer to the new targeted layer: Rearranging To rearrange layers:...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Merging To merge layers together: • layers Select two or more layers which you would like to merge, using the Ctrl key to select multiple layers: • From the layers palette menu, select the Merge Layers command: •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Removing When Removing Layers, it is important to remember that each layer layers appears on every page of a publication. Note: Before you remove a layer, hide all of the other layers, and go to each page to make sure you will not be removing any needed content from your publication.

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • In the Delete Layer dialog box, select the Move Items to, and choose the name of the layer to which you want the objects to move to. OR select Delete Items on All Pages From Layer(s) to remove all objects throughout the publication assigned to that layer: •...

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    • When an object is locked, you will see a little lock icon appear if you try to move the object. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 39 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Locking • You can Lock objects into place in order to prevent them from being objects resized, or moved.

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Locking You can Lock layers to prevent their content being edited. layers To lock a layer: • Select the layer you would like to lock. • Click on the box to the left of the layer name on the Layers palette: •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 40 How would • Add Inline graphics to text? you:- • Use text wrap controls? •...

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate PostScript Printing When you • Print Reader’s Spreads have • Tile pages completed • Automatically Tile pages this learning • Manually Tile pages module you • Scale pages will have •...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 41 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Printing • The Reader’s Spreads command allows you to print the left and right Reader’s...

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • When you choose the Reader’s Spreads option, the page orientation changes from portrait to landscape: Note: When printing reader spreads, you will need to select a printer with a page size that can print both pages side by side. If no such printer is available you will have to Tile or Scale the publication in order to see both pages together.

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    PageMaker provides you with the Tiling and Scaling options. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 42 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Tiling pages • When you print your publication, your printer may not be able to print the page size you have specified in your Document setup.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • The Tiling drop-down list allows you to choose one of three options: None - allows you to turn off page Tiling. Auto - allows PageMaker to calculate the number of pages required to print the publication.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • In the Overlap field, set the overlap to an amount that is grater than the minimum printer page margin value (consult the printer manual if you do not know the amount) and less than half the size of the smallest dimension of your document size.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Manually To manually tile a publication: • Tiling pages Reset the zero point to the upper-left corner of the page you want to tile, making sure to leave enough room for the Overlap and/or Printer’s Marks and Page Information.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Scaling The Scaling command allows you to fit an oversized publication on a pages smaller piece of paper. • You can scale your publication: Manually, by entering a specified amount in the percentage (%) field of the Print Paper dialog box Automatically, by using the Reduce to fit option to allow PageMaker to scale the publication to fit the paper.

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    It is used when you have an object or fill that extends to the size of the page. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 43 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Printing • A Page Bleed is the area outside the live publication page. It is used bleeds when you have an object or fill that extends to the size of the page.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Check the Crops and Bleeds Only option: • If your page size is not large enough to fit the bleed, scale your publication page. • Set any other option from the Print Options, Print Color, and Print Features dialog boxes that apply to your publication.

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 44 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Printing Non-Printing objects are objects set to be hidden from the final output.

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate To print objects that are set to Non-printing: • From the main menu, choose File > Print. • Select a PostScript printer from the printer drop-down list. • Select the PPD for your printer type. •...

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    PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2001 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 45 How would • Print Reader’s Spreads? you:- • Tile pages? • Automatically Tile pages? •...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Level Exercise Workbook C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

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    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

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    INSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES INTO A FOLDER ............... 1 ........................1 NSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES MASTER PAGES............................3 ......................3 SING THE ASTER AGES ALETTE ......................... 4 REATING ASTER AGES ......................... 6 PPLYING ASTER AGES ........................7 UMBERING ASTER AGES DOCUMENT PAGE FEATURES ......................

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    EXERCISES - Installing the Sample Files into a Folder  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Installing the Sample Files into a Folder Installing the sample files • Use the Windows Explorer to create a folder called PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Samples, just below the My Documents folder.

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    EXERCISES - Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Master Pages Using the Master Pages Palette • Use the Windows Explorer to create a folder called PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder, just below the My Documents folder. •...

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    Master Pages - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Creating Master Pages • From the Master Pages palette menu, select the New Master Page command. • Enter the following settings into the New Master Page dialog box: •...

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    EXERCISES - Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into the New Master Page dialog box: • Click the OK button: • Save your publication as Intermediate Exercise 1.p65 in the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder.

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    Master Pages - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Applying Master Pages • Still in the Intermediate Exercise 1.p65 file, from the Master Pages palette menu, make sure that the Prompt on Apply command is unchecked: • Select the Page 1 page icon at the bottom left of the Publication Window: •...

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    EXERCISES - Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Numbering Master Pages • Still in the Intermediate Exercise 1.p65 file, select the Master Page icon at the bottom left of the Publication Window: • Select the Intermediate Master to switch the Master Page view: •...

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    Master Pages - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Press the Ctrl + ‘ key combination to show the Control palette. • With the Control palette in the Character View, format the entered text with the following settings: •...

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    EXERCISES - Master Pages  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • With the Ctrl + Alt keys still pressed, release the mouse button when the Text Block snaps into place: • Select the Text tool again. • Click inside the duplicated Text Block. •...

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    EXERCISES - Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Document Page Features Inserting Document Pages • Open the Intermediate Exercise 1.T65 template file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • Click on the Page 1 icon. •...

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    Document Page Features - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into the Insert Pages dialog box: • Click the Insert button: • Press the Ctrl + S key combination. • Save the publication as Intermediate Exercise 2.p65 into the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder.

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    EXERCISES - Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Navigating Pages • Still in the Intermediate Exercise 2.p65 file, from the main menu, chose Layout > Go to Page. • Enter the following settings into the Go To Page dialog box and OK: •...

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    Document Page Features - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the OK button: • Select the Rectangle tool. • Draw a box in fit into the right column guides of the Left Master Page: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    EXERCISES - Document Page Features  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Press the Ctrl + J key combination to show the Colors palette: • Fill the box in Red. • From the Tint drop down list, choose a 10% tint. •...

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    Document Page Features - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Removing Pages • Still in the Intermediate Exercise 2.p65 file, right click the Page 6/7 icon. • Select the Remove Pages command: • Enter the following settings into the Remove Pages dialog box and OK: •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Working With Type Threading Text • Open the Intermediate Exercise 2.T65 template file from your PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • From the main menu, choose Layout > Autoflow to make sure that the Autoflow command is unchecked: •...

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    Working With Type - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the mouse button to place the text: • Press the Ctrl + S key combination. • Save the publication as Intermediate Exercise 3.p65 in the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder.

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    EXERCISES - Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the Apply button to confirm your settings, and leave the text highlighted. • From the main menu, choose Type > Paragraph. • Enter the following settings into the Paragraph Specifications dialog box and OK: •...

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    Working With Type - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click on the Overset Text icon to display the loaded text icon again. • Hold down the Ctrl key, and place the Autoflow Loaded Text icon at the top left corner of the first column of Page 3: •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Working With Paragraphs • Still in the Intermediate Exercise 3.p65 file, make sure both pages 2 and 3 are visible. • With the Text tool selected, place the cursor at the far top left corner of the first column in Page 2 B (just in front of the first line of text).

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    Working With Type - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Press the Options button. • Enter the following settings into the Paragraph Rule Options dialog box: Top: 0.19 Bottom: 0.063 • Click the OK button, and continue to click the OK button until you return to your publication (should only be three clicks).

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    EXERCISES - Working With Type  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into the Numbers option of the Bullets and Numbering dialog box and OK: • Select the last three paragraphs in the first column of Page 4: •...

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    Working With Type - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into the Bullets option of the Bullets and Numbering dialog box and OK: • Save your progress. • Press the Shift + Ctrl + S key combination. •...

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    EXERCISES - Text Objects and Stories  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Text Objects and Stories Finding and Changing Words • Open the Intermediate Exercise 3.T65 file from your PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • Go to page 2. •...

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    EXERCISES - Dictionary  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Dictionary Adding Words • Open the Intermediate Exercise 4.T65 template file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • With the Pointer tool, select the fist column on Page 2. •...

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    Dictionary - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Look at how the word will be hyphenated. • Check the to make sure the following have been set and OK: • Press the Ctrl + E key combination to Exit the Story Editor. •...

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    EXERCISES - Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Color Management Importing Colors • Open the Intermediate Exercise 5.p65 file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • Go to page 1. • Select the Master Page Icon. •...

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    Color Management - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Place the image onto the page: • Take a look at the Colors palette, there should be some new PANTONE colors added to the list: • Hide the Colors palette. •...

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    EXERCISES - Color Management  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Draw a box from the top left corner of the margin to the bottom right corner of the margin: • From the main menu, choose Element > Fill and Stroke. •...

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    Color Management - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Save your progress: • Press the Shift + Ctrl + S key combination to open the Save dialog box. • Save the publication as a Template file in the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. •...

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    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Pictures Applying Photo Effects • Open the Intermediate Exercise 5.T65 template file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • Press the Ctrl + D key combination to open the Place dialog box. •...

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    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into to the Photoshop Effects dialog box: • Once you select an effect, click the OK button. • Adjust the settings of the effect that you will be using: •...

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    EXERCISES - Pictures  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • When you are happy with the effect, click the OK button to apply the effect: • Press the Ctrl + S key combination to save your progress. • Save the publication as Intermediate Exercise 6.p65 in the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder.

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    Pictures - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings into the Fill and Stroke dialog box and OK twice to close both dialog boxes: • With the image still selected, use the Control palette to scale the image to 30%: •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Working With Multiple Objects Using Layers • Open the Intermediate Exercise 6.T65 template file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • From the main menu, choose Window > Show Layers: •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the New Layer icon again. • Enter the following settings into the New Layer dialog box and OK: • Click and drag the Frame layer to the very bottom of the list (below the Default layer): •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • With the two objects selected, click and drag the Small colored Dot on the right of the Default layer to the Frame layer: • Notice that the Logo image has now been revealed: •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the Lock Layer box, to lock the Frame layer: • Select the Text layer. • From the Layers palette menu, select the Layer Options command. •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the mouse button and place the image: • Using the Control palette, enter the following settings: • Click the Apply button (if needed) to apply your changes. •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Enter the following settings: • Click the Apply button to confirm you settings: • Lock the Logo layer. • Select the Default layer: • Go to page 1. •...

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    EXERCISES - Working With Multiple Objects  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • With the Default layer still selected, choose Rectangle Frame tool from the tools palette. • Draw a frame that is the same size as the colored box (use the guides to help you): •...

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    Working With Multiple Objects - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Open the Letter.txt file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Samples folder. • Enter the following settings into the Text-only import filter and OK: • With the Text tool, select all the text in the frame (use the Ctrl + A key combination). •...

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    EXERCISES – PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate PostScript Printing Printing Spreads • Open the Intermediate Exercises 7.p65 file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Work Folder. • Go to page 2. • Press the Ctrl + P key combination to open the Print Document dialog box. •...

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    PostScript Printing - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Tiling and Scaling • Still in the Intermediate Exercises 7.p65 file, enter the following settings into the Print Paper dialog box: • Click the Options button. • Enter the following settings into the Print Options dialog box: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    EXERCISES – PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the Print button to print pages 2-5 as Spreads: • Open the Spreads.pdf file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Samples folder to see an example. FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    PostScript Printing - EXERCISES  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Printing Bleeds • Still in the Intermediate Exercises 7.p65 file, Go to page 1. • Press the Ctrl + P key combination to open the Print Document dialog box. •...

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    EXERCISES – PostScript Printing  2001 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate • Click the Print button to print Pages 1 and 6: • Close publication. • Open the Bleeds.pdf file from the PageMaker 6.5 Intermediate Samples folder to see an example.

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Level Training Manual Corporate Edition C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

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    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

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    WORKING ON BOOKS ..........................1 ................................ 2 OOKS Getting Started............................2 Using the Book Publication Lists dialog box..................3 Creating a Book list ..........................3 Removing a Book list ..........................3 Auto Renumbering Pages........................4 ......................5 REATING A ABLE OF ONTENTS Defining what goes into the Table of Contents ..................

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    Changing the Size of the Table ......................42 Adding and Deleting Rows and Columns .................... 42 Grouping Cells............................. 43 Using the Table Attributes Palette....................... 43 Using Adobe Table’s Color Dialog boxes ................... 44 ..........................45 XPORTING ABLES Exporting Tables..........................45 Exporting Tables as Text ........................

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    Displaying the Scripts palette ......................64 Using the Scripts palette menu ......................65 Creating Scripts ........................... 65 Adding Scripts............................66 Removing and Restoring Scripts......................66 Running Scripts............................ 66 ............................67 DITING CRIPTS Editing Scripts ............................. 67 Tracing Scripts............................. 68 ..........................69 EVIEW UESTIONS PREPRESS FUNDAMENTALS .......................

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Working on Books When you • Get started have • Use the Book Publication Lists dialog box completed • Create a Book list this learning • Remove a Book list module you •...

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    Table of Contents, you will be able to better organize your long Publications. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 2 Getting • PageMaker is a great application for creating long publications. With Started Tools like the Book Publication List, Indexing and a Table of Contents, you will be able to better organize long Publications.

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using the The Books Publication List manages the publications that form to Book create the book. Publication • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Book to open the Book Lists dialog Publication List dialog box: Creating a...

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Auto To Auto renumber the pages in the Book list: • Renumbering Open the Publication containing the Book list. Pages • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Book. •...

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    Contents, you will need to mark the paragraph for inclusion into the table. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 3 Defining what • Once you decide what will go into your Table of Contents, you will goes into the need to mark the paragraph for inclusion into the Table.

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using Styles To speed up the Marking process you will need to create a Style so to Mark that you can quickly and easily add items to your Table of Contents. paragraphs to be added to To Define a Style with the Table of Contents option:...

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Enter a Title of up to 30 characters into the Title field or use the default Contents title, and then check any of the following options: • Replace existing Table of Contents – Checking this box will automatically update an existing Table of Contents.

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Generating a You can also generate a Table of Contents for publications that now Table of contain Book lists. Contents in a stand-alone To Generate the Table of Contents for a stand-alone publication: publication •...

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    Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 4 How would • Get Started? you: • Use the Book Publication Lists dialog box? •...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Libraries When you • Display the Libraries palette have • Use the Libraries palette completed • Create a New Library this learning • Delete an Existing Library module you • Add and Remove Library objects will have •...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 5 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Displaying • The Libraries palette allows you to store and have easy access to an the Libraries infinite number of graphics, phrases and bullets.

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using the The Library palette menu contains all the tools you need to manage Library the Library palette: Palette menu The Library palette menu commands are: • New Library - this command is used to create new libraries. •...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Display Names - this command is used to only display the names of the item in the library: • Display Both - this command is used to display both the name and thumbnail of the items in the library: Using the •...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Opening an From the main menu, choose Windows > Plug-in Palettes > Show Existing Library. Library • From the palette menu, select the Open Library command: • Find the location of the desired Library and click the Open button. Deleting an •...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Removing From the main menu, choose Windows > Plug-in Palettes> Show Library Library. objects Note: If the library is not open, select the Open Library command from the palette menu and open the library. •...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 6 Cataloging • You can attach information to the objects so that you can locate it much more easily.

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Library palette menu, check the Edit Item after Adding command to allow the Item Information dialog box to appear each time an item is added to the library: Editing the To edit the Library items: Library...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • When you have finished entering your search criteria, press the Search button. Note: The Library palette will now only display the items that meet the conditions. • If the criteria has not been met, there will be a message No items match the search will be displayed: Displaying all •...

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    Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2002 - www.cctglobal.com...

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Plug-Ins When you • Use Headers and Footers have • Use the Running Headers and Footer dialog box completed • Position Headers Footers this learning • Use the Preview dialog box module you •...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 8 Using • When creating a book or a large publication, it's best to add Headers and...

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • The Running Headers and Footers plug-in only works on one story and on one publication at a time. • You can define the size and position or style of the Headers & Footers so they are consistent throughout the publication.

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using the You can quickly preview publications with the Running Headers & Preview Footers you have defined without closing the dialog box: dialog box • The Preview Window: • Preview Page icon: •...

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Preview Magnification and nudge buttons: • Preview Magnification Amount: Previewing To preview headers and footers: Headers and • From the Running Headers and Footers dialog box, click the footers Preview button to display the Preview dialog box.

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    Characters, Words, Sentences, Paragraphs. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 9 Using the • The Word Counter scans your entire publication and gives you a read Word Counter...

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    PageMaker 4.0 - 6.01 publications files and convert them to PageMaker 6.5 files. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 10 Converting • The Publication converter allows you to open PageMaker 4.0 – 6.01 Publications publication files and convert them to PageMaker 6.5 files.

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Plug-ins > Publication Converter. You have the option of replacing the earlier files with the converted versions in order to save disk space: To open PageMaker 4.0 –...

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    Scanning for • When you print on a PostScript printer, you can have PageMaker Fonts in EPS search EPS graphics and Adobe Illustrator files for fonts. files • If a PostScript graphic contains fonts that can not be found on the...

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    Upper Case, Title Case, Sentence case and Toggle Case. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 12 Changing • The Change Case plug-in allows you to change the case to either Cases lower case, Upper Case, Title Case, Sentence case and Toggle Case.

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    • The Balance Columns plug-in allows you to select 2 to 40 columns and balance them. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 13 Balancing • The Balance Columns plug-in allows you to select 2 to 40 columns Columns and balance them: •...

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    Advanced Plug-Ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 14 How would • Use Headers and Footers? you: • Use the Running Headers and Footer dialog box? •...

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Tables When you • Use Tables have • Create New Tables completed • Open Existing Tables this learning • Save a Table module you • Create OLE Tables will have • Use OLE Tables seen how to: •...

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    There is a separate application in PageMaker called Adobe Table, and from there you can import tables into PageMaker. This function of formatting text and information is simple and quick. • Adobe Table can be found in the Extras folder within the PageMaker application folder. • Creating New...

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Setting up The number of rows and columns can be set up to a maximum of Table 100 each. The height and width of the table can be set up to 40 inches by 40 inches: •...

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Using the The following are the border weight options you can choose from: • Border Outside determines the weight of the borders on the perimeter of the Weight table. options • Internal determines the weight of the borders within the table.

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Setting You have to choose a color from the pop-up menu. Choosing None Colors for the resets all the border weights to 0pt. Borders • Setting the fill would apply color to the background of all cells in the new table.

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    Using OLE If you are creating a simple table Tables OR if you do not have enough RAM to run PageMaker and Adobe Table simultaneously OR if your table is more then one page, you can still create the table in PageMaker;...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 16 Editing and • When Editing and Formatting Tables you must click into a cell Formatting...

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    Holding Ctrl while you click the Selection buttons will allow you to select noncontiguous rows or cells. Using the • The Text Attributes palette allows you to format text in Adobe Table. Text Attribute • Adobe Table offers fewer numbers, or characters and paragraph level Palette text attributes compared to PageMaker.

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using Vertical There are two formatting attributes that are unique to Adobe Table Decimal 3.0: Vertical Alignment and Decimal Alignment: Alignment • The Vertical Alignment determines whether the text is aligned to the top, center or bottom of the cell.

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Changing the From the main menu, choose Format > Format cells Size of the Table OR press the Ctrl + F key combinations to display the Format Cells dialog box: •...

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Grouping To group cells: • Cells Selecting the cells you would like to group. • From the main menu, choose Cell > Group. Note: you can merge selected cells into one cell. To ungroup cells: •...

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using Adobe Choose Format > Define Colors and use the Table Color Dialog Table’s Color boxes to apply color to text, fill background. You can change or add Dialog boxes color to the table borders, or create additional colors: •...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Exporting • You can export Adobe Table files by choosing File > Export. You Tables must export your table as a graphic. Otherwise, you will risk losing your formatting that has been applied in the Adobe Table.

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Save as type drop-down list, select on of the following: Tab-delimited - this option will separate the exported data with tabs. OR Comma-delimited - this option will separate the exported data with commas.

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    • The data cannot be imported as graphics. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 18 Importing • When importing data from an existing file, you must import the file in Table Data text only format.

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    After exporting the EPS file you now have to import it into PageMaker. Table with the • Select the Place command. Place • The graphic will be linked to PageMaker and not the Adobe Table Command file. • Using Excel Word and Excel tables can be imported into PageMaker in tables.

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    Tables  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 19 How would • Use Tables? you: • Create New Tables? • Open Existing Tables? •...

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    Advanced Type  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Type When you • Use Kerning have • Use Tracking completed • Use Leading this learning • Use the Baseline Shift module you • Use Hyphenations will have seen how to: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 20 Using • The Kern option enables you to adjust the space between characters Kerning so you can fine-tune and even out the amount of space between each word or line of text.

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    Advanced Type  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using Tracking adjusts the density of the type on the page. Tracking To use the Tracking option: • Select the body of text that you would like to track: •...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 21 Using • The Leading option allows you to adjust the space between lines of Leading text so you can create an equal amount of space between each line.

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    Advanced Type  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • You can also select the auto leading to have it automatically adjust the space within each line: Using the • Using the Baseline Shift allows you to adjust the Vertical alignment Baseline Shift of a specified character.

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    • Hyphenation allows you to develop a clean Justification of text without breaking words. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 22 Using • Hyphenation allows for Justification of text without breaking words. Hyphenations Sometimes left aligned text needs Hyphenation: •...

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    Advanced Type  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 23 How would • Use Kerning? you: • Use Tracking? • Use Leading? • Use the Baseline Shift? •...

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    Advanced Color  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Color When you • Use CMS have • Work with CMS completed • Turn Off CMS this learning module you will have seen how to: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 24 Using CMS • The CMS system is management software that allows you to determine colors under a variety of devices. This software ensures consistent color throughout the printing process: •...

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    Advanced Color  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Working with PageMaker comes with the Kodak Digital Science Color Management System. This installs with PageMaker. CMS color manages the following: • Pre-separated images that are not already targeted to a final output device.

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    Advanced Color  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 25 How would • Use CMS? you: • Work with CMS? • Turn Off CMS? FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Scripts When you • Display the Scripts palette have • Use the Scripts palette menu completed • Create Scripts this learning • Add Scripts module you • Remove and Restore Scripts will have •...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 26 Displaying • The Scripts are folders that contain simple commands and automated the Scripts...

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    Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Using the The Scripts palette menus contain all the commands you need to Scripts manage your scripts: palette menu • New Script enables you to create your own scripts. • Add Script - takes scripts from various locations and add them to your palette.

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    Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Adding You can add scripts to the Scripts palette by using the Add Script Scripts command on the Scripts palette menu or by copying scripts to the Scripts folder. You can also add scripts by dragging and dropping files to the palette.

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    Script Editor that allows you to Modify the Pre-installed Scripts or Newly created Scripts. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 27 Editing • From the main menu, choose Windows > Plug-in Palettes > Show Scripts Scripts.

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    Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Tracing You can use the Trace Script command to help you understand what Scripts the script is doing command by command. Slowing the script down will help you pinpoint where any problems might be. To trace a script: •...

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    Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 28 How would • Display the Scripts palette? you: • Use the Scripts palette menu? •...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Prepress Fundamentals When you • Trouble-Shoot the Publication have • Check your Images completed • Check your Fonts this learning • Check Images and Colors module you • Update Links will have •...

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    Fonts, as well as the resolutions on the pictures you have placed into your publication. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 29 • Trouble- When you are ready to print your publication, there are few things to Shooting the...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • If a document either does not print OR takes a surprisingly long time to print, check for any errors. Big pictures, strangely shaped picture boxes and clipping paths can contribute to printing errors.

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • If hand-drawn registration or crop marks are in the document, the Registration color needs to be applied to them to make sure that all will show on the separation plates. Note: A general rule to follow is to have a color proof ordered if any color document is being printed.

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    2. Red is Spread to Trap the Green. 3. No trapping used. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 30 Using • Trapping - applying a slight overlap of colors in order to stop any Trapping...

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    © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 31 Using the • Using the Save for Service Provider plug-in, you can copy your Save for...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • You can also create a concise report of the information your service provider needs to create output from a PageMaker or PostScript file. • The report includes details about fonts, linked graphics, a summary of your print settings, as well as information about who to contact regarding your publication: •...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Links/OPI Tab: • The Printing Tab: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2002 - www.cctglobal.com...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • The Inks tab: Generating • From the main menu, Choose Utilities > Plug-ins > Save for Service Reports Provider. • The Save for Service Provider dialog box opens in the Summary tab. •...

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Include section, check the Copy Fonts checkbox, and select one of the kinds of fonts to copy. You have a choice of either All, Type 1 (PostScript), or TrueType. This option will help you to avoid having missing font issues come print time.

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    Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 32 How would • Trouble-Shoot the Publication? you: • Check your Images? • Check your Fonts? •...

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    Paperless Printing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Paperless Printing When you • Print to an EPS have • Print to a File completed • Export PDF files this learning • Convert PageMaker document to a PDF module you •...

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    EPS files. Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 33 © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Printing to an • Using EPS files gives you the ability to turn your publication pages into files that can be imported and used in another application that supports EPS files.

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    Paperless Printing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Enter a name into the Write PostScript to file field and press the Save button: Printing to a • When Printing from PageMaker 6.5 you do not always have to print File directly to the printer, you can create what is known as a Print file that can be sent to a Postscript printer when you are ready to print out...

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    Paperless Printing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Enter a name into the Write PostScript to file field and press the Save button: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2002 - www.cctglobal.com...

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    Adobe.com website, and also comes free as part of the PageMaker 6.5 software package. • From the main menu, choose File > Export > Adobe PDF to open the Export Adobe PDF dialog box: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY...

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    • Click the Save button. • Setting Paper From the Export Adobe PDF dialog box, you have a choice of three Sizes Paper Size options: • Same as Page Size - this option allows you to set the PDF document paper size to the page size specified in the Document Setup dialog box in PageMaker.

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    From the main menu, choose File > Export > Adobe PDF. • Click the Load Settings button. Note: All of the saved setting will be applied to the Export Adobe PDF dialog box as well as the sub-dialog boxes. FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY...

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    Paperless Printing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 35 How would • Print to an EPS? you: • Print to a File? •...

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    Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Web Publishing When you • Prepare to Export to HTML have • Convert publications to HTML completed this learning module you will have seen how to: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Polygons will not be exported, only text and graphics will convert. © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 36 Preparing to • When you are converting files to HTML you will lose the boxes that are...

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    Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • The Edit Contents dialog box: • The Options dialog box: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY  Cheltenham Computer Training 1995-2002 - www.cctglobal.com...

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    Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • The New HTML Document dialog box: Converting To create an HTML file from a PageMaker publication: publications • Open the publication you want to convert to an HTML file to HTML OR create a publication to be exported.

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    Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Options dialog box check the Approximate layout using HTML Tables when exporting pages checkbox. • In the Export Page width field, set the desired page width. • Check the Preserve character attributes checkbox.

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    Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Review Questions Review Questions © Cheltenham Computer Training 2002 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 - Slide No 37 How would • Prepare to Export to HTML? you: • Convert publications to HTML? FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Adobe PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Level Exercise Workbook C C T G L O B A L . C O M...

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    Sample versions of courseware from Cheltenham Computer Training (Normally supplied in Adobe Acrobat format) If the version of courseware that you are viewing is marked as NOT FOR TRAINING, SAMPLE, or similar, then it cannot be used as part of a training course, and is made available purely for content and style review. This is to give you the opportunity to preview our courseware, prior to making a purchasing decision.

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    INSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES INTO THE HARD DISK............1 ........................1 NSTALLING THE SAMPLE FILES WORKING ON BOOKS ..........................3 ..........................3 UILDING A ......................5 REATING A ABLE OF ONTENTS LIBRARIES ..............................7 ........................... 7 SING THE IBRARY ADVANCED PLUG-INS ........................... 11 ...........................

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    EXERCISE – Installing the Sample Files into the Hard Disk  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Installing the Sample Files into the Hard Disk Installing the sample files • Use Windows Explorer to create a folder called PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples, in the My Documents folder.

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    EXERCISE - Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Working on Books Building a Book List • Use Windows Explorer to create a folder called PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Work Folder in the My Documents folder. • Use Windows Explorer to create folders called For Output and For the Web in the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Work Folder.

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    Working on Books - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Book to display the Book Publication List dialog box. Note: In the Files/Directories list, navigate to the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples folder so that all .P65 files appear in the list.

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    EXERCISE - Working on Books  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Creating a Table of Contents • Still in the TOC Book1.p65 file, from the main menu, choose Utilities > Create TOC, and apply the following settings to the Create Table of Contents dialog box: Title - Advanced Contents Include book publications - Checked Include paragraphs on hidden layers - Unchecked...

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    EXERCISE - Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Libraries Using the Library • Open the Chpter 1.p65 file from the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples folder. • Note: If the Libraries palette is already open when you launch PageMaker 6.5, close the palette by selecting the X at the far right of the Library palette: •...

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    Libraries - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Library palette menu, make sure the Edit item after adding option is unchecked: • Select the Bee on snflwr.tif picture in the publication and press the plus (+) button on the Library palette to add this item to the Library.

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    EXERCISE - Libraries  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Select the Butterfly item and drag it onto the publication page 3. • Move the placed picture to the lower right corner of page 3 and snap the picture to the right and bottom margins.

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    EXERCISE - Advanced Plug-ins  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Plug-ins Counting Words • Close the Chapter 1.p65 file and open the Chpter 2.p65 file from the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples folder. • From the main menu, choose Utilities > Plug-ins > Word Counter. •...

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    • Minimize PageMaker 6.5. • Launch Adobe Table 3.0 (this application is installed as a part of PageMaker 6.5 typical installation) and click the Cancel button when the New Table dialog box appears. • Open the Advanced Table.tbl file from the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples folder: •...

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    Tables - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • With the placed EPS file selected, press the plus (+) button on the Library palette to add this item to the Library. • Double-click the new item in the Library palette to open the Item information dialog box, and enter the following information: Title - February Author - Your Name...

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    EXERCISE - Advanced Type  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Type Using Tracking • Close the Chapter 2.p65 and open the Chpter 3.p65 file from the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Samples folder. • With the Text tool selected, place the cursor into the body of text and press the Ctrl + A. •...

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    EXERCISE - Advanced Color  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Advanced Color Turning off CMS • From the main menu, choose File > Preferences > General. • In the Preferences dialog box click the CMS setup button: • Within the Color Management drop down list select the Off command and click the OK button twice to return to the publication: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY...

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    EXERCISE - Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Scripts Applying Scripts • Close the Chapter 3.p65 publication and open the Chapter 2.p65 file from your PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Work Folder. • Note: If the Master Pages palette is already open when you launch PageMaker 6.5, close the palette by selecting the X at the far right of the Master Pages palette: •...

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    Scripts - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Note: If the Scripts palette is already open when you launch PageMaker 6.5, close the palette by selecting the X at the far right of the Scripts palette: •...

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    EXERCISE - Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • From the Library palette, select the Butterfly item and drag it onto page 15. • Select the placed picture and press the Ctrl + Alt + E key combination to open the Text Wrap dialog box.

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    Scripts - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Place the picture at the top right corner of the second column on page 15: • Go to the page 24. Notice the text on the right column is now flowing of the publication page. Next you will adjust this text to fit the right column and place the remaining text onto page 25.

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    EXERCISE - Scripts  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Place the Loaded Text icon at the top left corner of the left column of page 25 and click the mouse button to place the loaded text: • From the Library palette, select the February item and drag it onto page 25.

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    Scripts - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Place the picture at the bottom left corner of the page margins on page 25: • Select and right-click page 26 icon, and select the Remove Pages option to remove page •...

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    EXERCISE - Prepress Fundamentals  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Prepress Fundamentals Saving for Service Provider • Still in the Chapter 2.p65 file, from the main menu, choose Utilities > Plug-ins > Save for Service Provider. • From the Save for Service Provider dialog box, click the Package button. •...

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    Prepress Fundamentals - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Specify the For Output folder in the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Work Folder as the location to save the files to: • Click the Save button to begin packaging the publication. •...

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    Note: Please make sure that you have the Adobe Acrobat installed on your machine, before creating a PDF file. • Still in the Chapter 2.p65 file, from the main menu choose File > Export > Adobe PDF and enter the following into the Export Adobe PDF dialog box: Workflow - Distill now View PDF using –...

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    EXERCISE - Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Web Publishing Exporting to HTML • Still in the Chapter 2.p65 file, from the main menu, choose File > Export > HTML. • In the Export HTML dialog box, select the Untitled1 HTML Document Tile to display the page Contents: FOR USE AT THE LICENSED SITE(S) ONLY ...

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    Web Publishing - EXERCISE  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Click on the Document button to open the Document Save As dialog box: • Save the document in the PageMaker 6.5 Advanced Work Folder\For the Web folder. •...

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    EXERCISE - Web Publishing  2002 Cheltenham Computer Training PageMaker 6.5 Advanced • Click on the Options button to open the Options dialog box and make the following changes: Approximate layout using HTML Tables when exporting pages - Checked Export page Width - 612 Pixels Preserve character attributes - Checked Exports as - All Gif File Names - Use short name (8.3)

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