2017-01-17T11:02:33ZSave yourself from hefty printer repair bills by using the right paper for iron-on transfers. Get tips on the types of iron-on transfer papers.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZDesktop publishing, used properly, enhances visual communication and streamlines the process of disseminating information...
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZUse these bare bones business card templates to help with sizing and margins.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZInDesign is the successor to PageMaker, the original desktop publishing software program. It is a page layout software program available as a standalone package or in some of the editions of the Adobe Creative Suite.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZUse software, templates and design wizards to design and print all kinds of calendars for personal, school, or business use.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZCommercial business card software programs do only one thing—business cards —but they do it well.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZThis pound sign has nothing to do with money, but the familiar hashtag has several meanings.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZNo fighting—a knockout occurs where colors overlap. Learn what a knockout means in desktop publishing and graphic design.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZStop shouting. Online TYPING IN ALL CAPS is considered shouting and is frowned on in most cases. In print, shouting is never worse than when it is done with decorative or script typefaces. Its ugly. Its hard to read. Just dont do it, PLEASE!
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZWant to learn how to create page margins with perfect proportions for your publication? Here are guidelines to create the best layout.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZOrange-red from cinnabar, a mineral. You might see it spelled as vermillion.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZWhat should I charge for writing, designing, or publishing a newsletter? How do I set a price?
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZDo business with Microsoft Word templates. Find free to download for business brochures, word schedules, meeting agendas, memos, ads, and all kinds of business forms.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZUnderstanding the differences and use of samples, pixels, dots, and lines in image resolution, scanning, display, and printing. Learn more about DPI or dots per inch.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZAlmost all you read is body copy. Body type or body text fonts are the typeface used for this. Learn how to choose legible, easy to read body text fonts.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZSome software upgrades come almost yearly but do you need to upgrade to the latest and greatest every time? Maybe not. Here are some guidelines for when you should probably consider an upgrade for your desktop publishing software.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZDesign and print iron-on transfers for t-shirts and other wearable items. Here's a list of the supplies you'll need and tips for getting better transfers with less waste or mistakes.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZLearn how Adobe PostScript Levels 1, 2, and 3 differ and how these PostScript level differences apply to desktop publishing.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZThere are four general groups of software for desktop publishing that most designers need -- including the primary page layout program. Explore your options.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZSome people cling to the belief that desktop publishing is amateur design or that desktop publishing is the same as graphic design. Not true on both counts. Find out why and explore other common myths and misconceptions about graphic design and desktop publishing.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZScribus tutorials may not be quite as plentiful as those for InDesign or QuarkXPress but they are out there. I've rounded up some that I think you may find useful in getting up and running quickly with the free Scribus desktop publishing software.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZYou've designed the perfect printed piece. But now you need to put it on paper. Which paper? Here's a look at your primary paper options, regardless of the color, size, or finish for your printed masterpiece.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZLearn desktop publishing one or two words at a time and one rule at a time with this free desktop publishing class.
2017-01-17T11:02:33ZCode Red: What is the meaning of red when used on the Web? CSS and SVG Color Keywords allow you to use named colors to represent specific Hexadecimal or RGB colors. But do these colors say what you intend? Explore the color symbolism of various shades of red in the CSS and SVG Color Keywords.