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I try to jump right in feet first and show you how to start making professional looking layouts with Adobe InDesign CC 2015 in this beginner’s level video. We look at how to create a typical 3-column magazine layout; create text boxes; place, move and crop images; format text and much more in this introductory video. More to come very soon!


24 Replies to “InDesign CC 2015 Beginner's Quick Start Lesson”

  1. This is so helpful, thanks for getting straight into it! Definitely going to use everything here for my college paper

  2. Wow…nice to find a fellow Burke Countian on line. I dig your style on the tutuorials and I use them with my students sometimes.
    When I return to the Valdese area, I have got to look you up. ~or~
    I am getting ready to develop my own YouTube channel as well.

  3. Hey Tony, I am a newbie to InDesign. Thank you so much for a very easy to understand and useful video. I really hope you will make some more! 🙂

  4. Thanks for sharing Tony I don't know anything about InDesign and I want to learn so you'll be my online teacher. I prefer to learn things at my own pace. 🙂 Thank you for giving me the opportunity to learn something 🙂

  5. Hi! My inDesign doesn't have a background, and it only opens when I open a document, it's really annoying. How can I fix this??

  6. Needed a crash course on how to get started today.  Thanks, Tony!  Got my project off on the right foot, and in a hurry too!  I'm looking forward to more videos.  There ARE more, right, Tony???  🙂

  7. Tony, did you know if you right click in a text box you can click 'Fill with Placeholder Text' and it puts the Greek stuff in for you? Great tutorial by the way!

  8. Haha, this tutorial is great! The best part is the pug snoring! All jokes aside, I truly do love this, it really helped. 🙂 Thank you!

  9. thank you for this lesson. It was very helpful, very clear, and it coverd every thing i needed to know.

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