This course is intended for students who want to expand their entry-level knowledge of Adobe InDesign. This course assumes that students have completed Adobe InDesign® CS6: Level 1, or have equivalent experience. Please take special note of the course prerequisites as it is important that you meet these requirements before attending the course. If you have any questions about dates or locations please dont hesitate to make an enquiry contact us on 0800 835 835. In this course, you will learn intermediate InDesign techniques to enhance the look and functionality of your documents. Import text from a Word document and edit text using the Story Editor, use the Track Changes feature, insert special characters, glyphs, and break characters. Relink images that have moved, update modified links, edit the original file, place and link graphics frames with the Content Collector, and map styles for linked parent and child text. Create liquid and alternate layouts, use placeholders and templates, create and apply conditional text, place items in an object library, use snippets, and perform a data merge. Use and name colour swatches, create tint swatches and mixed-ink colour, create a gradient swatch, colorize a grayscale image, and adjust an object’s transparency and lighting effects. Make custom shapes and lines with vector paths, hide a portion of an image with clipping paths, create text paths, and convert a vector path to a text path to flow text along a shape. Create, modify, and format tables, import Microsoft Word documents and map Word styles to InDesign styles, add headers and footers to tables, merge table cells, add editorial notes, and create table styles. Please take special note of the course prerequisites as it is important that you meet these requirements before attending the course. If you have any questions about dates or locations please dont hesitate to Source.