The Best Tools For Your Custom Brochures

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Tue, 04 May 2010 12:46 Go to next message
Heather Quick (Photoshop begginer)
Making custom brochures is a big task on its own. However, in our
digital world today, you do not have to worry too much. There are now
a lot of tools at your disposal to create good, even professional
looking custom brochures which you can use even at home. They make
color brochure printing easy by letting you manipulate brochure
elements in a simple and easy to understand manner. Below is a small
list of these kinds of wonderful tools. They are our favorites for
making custom brochures, and hopefully they will be yours too.
Quark Express 6.5 - Quark express is one of those tools where you get
everything you need to do in printing brochures all in one package.
First, you can readily compose brochure text easily, editing and
formatting them to the styles you desire when you use this tool. Also
you can seamlessly combine this text with graphics, photographs and
other design elements through effective filters and layering. This is
all done by a very simple to understand user interface that has an
easy learning curve that can be mastered within a few days. Indeed
this is one of the leading editing tools out there for printed
projects. This makes quark express very ideal to create custom
brochures designs.
Adobe Photoshop - Another great tool is for creating designs is Adobe
Photoshop. This software primarily focuses on image manipulation and
editing. This means that when you want to create custom brochures with
images, you can use Photoshop's advanced tools to edit, restore and
even improve those said images for great effect. You can insert or
delete things to make images appear as you want them to be. Also you
can enhance the images, eliminating any dirt and snow while improving
the color and contrast of the picture so that your images will be as
prepared as you want them to be for your color brochures.
Adobe Illustrator - Illustrator on the other hand is also an easy to
use image editing application. It is very versatile and you can deal
with a lot of kinds of image files in different kinds of formats using
this tool. If you are planning to collaborate with others on your
custom brochure designs then this is the perfect tool for you . You
can create and edit a design with relative ease and pass on the job to
different business contacts with different software and file formats.
So if you need versatility this tool is for you.
Microsoft Publisher - Of course, Microsoft also has something up it's
sleeve in desktop publishing. As we have discovered, there are
brochure templates that can be easily used in Microsoft Publisher.
Since Publisher is very easy to use, almost anyone can create designs
for a brochure using it. Basically, it has very user friendly. This
makes publisher a very important tool for novices that want to produce
their own brand of custom brochure.
So take note of these important tools and see if you can indeed use
these tools to improve the creation process of your custom brochures.
Hopefully you can try it out yourself exploit the benefits that you
will get from using them.

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Tue, 11 May 2010 20:59 Go to previous message
notmenoway (Photoshop begginer)
Quark Express?????

And not a single mention of Adobe InDesign - the application that has
buried XPress [that's how you spell it pinhead]...

XPress 8.0 is the absolute worst version of this application ever and
even more of my clients are jumping ship in droves....

InDesign wipes the walls with XPress, far more robust, flexible and
years ahead of XPress in every way. XPress is now an outdated joke.

And Microsoft Publisher????? Get freaking real - it is the absolute
worst piece of shit layout application possible, brought to you by
idiots who wouldn't know professional if it bit them in the ass.

Everything you said is pure and absolute crap and you are the laughing
stock of the Internet....

you'd have been off to post something like "we teachie good luck design
very nice all time good layout long time"

you'd have been more believable




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<28b79ef0-b77a-44ab-b5ba-bea0655b8989@p5g2000pri.googlegroups.com>,
Heather Quick <ocwhjuuubrhy@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Making custom brochures is a big task on its own. However, in our
> digital world today, you do not have to worry too much. There are now
> a lot of tools at your disposal to create good, even professional
> looking custom brochures which you can use even at home. They make
> color brochure printing easy by letting you manipulate brochure
> elements in a simple and easy to understand manner. Below is a small
> list of these kinds of wonderful tools. They are our favorites for
> making custom brochures, and hopefully they will be yours too.
> Quark Express 6.5 - Quark express is one of those tools where you get
> everything you need to do in printing brochures all in one package.
> First, you can readily compose brochure text easily, editing and
> formatting them to the styles you desire when you use this tool. Also
> you can seamlessly combine this text with graphics, photographs and
> other design elements through effective filters and layering. This is
> all done by a very simple to understand user interface that has an
> easy learning curve that can be mastered within a few days. Indeed
> this is one of the leading editing tools out there for printed
> projects. This makes quark express very ideal to create custom
> brochures designs.
> Adobe Photoshop - Another great tool is for creating designs is Adobe
> Photoshop. This software primarily focuses on image manipulation and
> editing. This means that when you want to create custom brochures with
> images, you can use Photoshop's advanced tools to edit, restore and
> even improve those said images for great effect. You can insert or
> delete things to make images appear as you want them to be. Also you
> can enhance the images, eliminating any dirt and snow while improving
> the color and contrast of the picture so that your images will be as
> prepared as you want them to be for your color brochures.
> Adobe Illustrator - Illustrator on the other hand is also an easy to
> use image editing application. It is very versatile and you can deal
> with a lot of kinds of image files in different kinds of formats using
> this tool. If you are planning to collaborate with others on your
> custom brochure designs then this is the perfect tool for you . You
> can create and edit a design with relative ease and pass on the job to
> different business contacts with different software and file formats.
> So if you need versatility this tool is for you.
> Microsoft Publisher - Of course, Microsoft also has something up it's
> sleeve in desktop publishing. As we have discovered, there are
> brochure templates that can be easily used in Microsoft Publisher.
> Since Publisher is very easy to use, almost anyone can create designs
> for a brochure using it. Basically, it has very user friendly. This
> makes publisher a very important tool for novices that want to produce
> their own brand of custom brochure.
> So take note of these important tools and see if you can indeed use
> these tools to improve the creation process of your custom brochures.
> Hopefully you can try it out yourself exploit the benefits that you
> will get from using them.
>
> Learn Photoshop Elements On Your Own...: http://www.psselements.tk/
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