StaffingTools Announces InDesign 2 Online Prepress Training
Press release from the issuing company
BLOOMINGTON, IN - March 18, 2003 - StaffingTools.com announced their newest course, 'What's New in InDesign 2". The interactive online course teaches users how to eliminate output errors, missing files, and other inconsistencies in the workflow process, and is now available for an introductory price of $99.95.
"Our new course shows users how to take advantage of the increased usability of InDesign 2 that has drawn applause from print designers and service bureaus," said Debbie Goodman, Director of Operations. "We teach our users how to utilize InDesign 2's intuitive features and powerful new page layout tools quickly and easily with this skills upgrade course."
How does it work?
*Step 1: Take a pre-test with multiple-choice and practical questions that
require you to perform actual job tasks in the simulated application.
*Step 2: Based on your test results, the StaffingTools Learning Management
System will assign only the needed training modules so you don't waste time
learning things you already know.
*Step 3: Take a post-test. Users who show improvement from pre-test to post-
test receive a printable certificate of completion.
What will users learn?
This course includes training on:
*New printing controls
*Transparency, Tables, Indexes, and Hyperlinks
*Synchronizing styles/swatches and the Ink Manager
*Preflight and package and Export to PDF
*Expanded Support for Open Type Fonts
*Enhanced Paragraph Composer and Hyphenation Penalty Slider
*Glyphs Palette and Style Text
The "What's New in InDesign 2" training course is available through April 30th at special pricing of $99.95. Beginning May 1, the course will be available at a fee of $149.95. Corporate volume pricing is also available. Companies and individual users interested in the course can obtain information by visiting www.StaffingTools.com or contacting Julie Jankowski at 812-355-3030 ext 105.
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