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Old 03-27-2023, 01:10 PM
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I'm curious ... are there any InDesign users in our community?

Do you ever use it for scrapbooking? If so, what do you use it for - full page layout, text layout, book generation, etc.?
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I used indesign way back in the day.. like 20 years ago at a print shop and occasionally for a few years after for a few things I did freelance like brochures and stuff. Before indesign I used Quark Express at my job which was the industry standard for a very long time.

I subscribe to the whole adobe suite but I don't have indesign installed
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Old 03-27-2023, 07:36 PM
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I use InDesign all the time as I design magazines with it.

Absolutely LOVE it but would never scrap with it when I have the use of photoshop.

I also used Quark like KCB to design magazines, but that was many many many moons ago. ID is the go to for that kind of design work.
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Old 03-27-2023, 08:28 PM
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I use InDesign all the time as I design magazines with it.

Absolutely LOVE it but would never scrap with it when I have the use of photoshop.

I also used Quark like KCB to design magazines, but that was many many many moons ago. ID is the go to for that kind of design work.
I remember there were so many people who did not want to switch over to in design when it first came out! I was pretty stubborn too LOL
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I loved Quark but challenged myself to learn ID. I taught myself and haven't looked back since. But I hear you.. everyone thought Quark was the bees knees!
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I still use it at work for magazines, newspapers, brochures and some other stuff but I don't think I would use it to scrap since I have Photoshop.
I remember years ago it was PageMaker before InDesign.
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oh my goodness.. yes, Pagemaker.. I used that too. showing my age, lol!
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I use InDesign occasionally at work. But I don't use it for scrapbooking.
I had lessons in Quark Express as well, but I never really used it for my job.
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Old 03-28-2023, 10:25 AM
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Before indesign I used Quark Express at my job which was the industry standard for a very long time.
Wow I haven't heard 'Quark' in a long time! I learned the basics of it to do some simple brochure designs at a job once.
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