InDesign 5.0 and 5.5 offer a few basic shapes such as rectangles, circles and polygons. But you can use the Pathfinder tool to combine these objects with type and an image to create new shapes for unlimited design options.
First deadlines are approaching for many yearbook staffs, and the portrait pages are typically one of the first sections to get placed on the page. Fortunately for both InDesign and Online Design users, Walsworth provides solutions that make creating portrait pages easier and more efficient once your portrait images are ready to go.
Adobe recently unveiled the latest version of its page layout software – InDesign CS5 – in time for 2011 yearbooks. Walsworth was ready, becoming the first yearbook publisher to provide full support of CS5 with its software Enhancements.
While publishing the yearbook using online tools may have become a trend over the past few years, many schools still consider themselves purists for desktop publishing programs like Adobe InDesign. Which is why Walsworth has remained dedicated to updating its Enhancements, software plug-ins that work with InDesign to make yearbook-specific tasks easier.