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70-635 Desktop Publishing

Department:Business Administration
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Starting in the mid 1980's, desktop publishing has transformed the way that graphic media is produced. It enabled non-professionals with modest desktop equipment to produce files for high quality graphic output. This course examines the methods and applications of desktop publishing from two perspectives: from a project management perspective, and from a hands-on production perspective. The topics covered include: the new digital workflow, typography, file formats, trapping, software applications, imposition, preflighing, output issues.

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  Spring 2005 times

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A 6:30 - 9:20 pm W Watterson BH 235B Add course to my schedule

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