Desktop Publishing

Desktop publishing programs provide the microcomputer user with capabilities formerly available only to a professional typesetter. With programs such as PageMaker and Ventura, the user can design the layout of his own publications, manipulate the text and graphics on the computer screen, and print out a finished camera-ready product on his own printer.

Advantages of using desktop publishing programs over sending the project out to a professional typesetter include:

This course provides the user with the basic skills necessary to:

This one-day desktop publishing course provides the user a foundation for desk-top publishing and requires no previous knowledge of computer operations aside from basic typing skills.