Where are the Lesson Files?

Purchase of this Classroom in a Book in any format gives you access to the lesson files you’ll need to complete the exercises in the book.

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  3. Enter the ISBN: 9780134852508.

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About the Authors

Kelly Kordes Anton has written and edited dozens of books and training resources on publishing technologies and InDesign, including six previous editions of Adobe InDesign Classroom in a Book. She is a Communications Specialist for MillerCoors, based at the Golden Brewery, home of the famed Coors Banquet. Kelly lives in Littleton, Colorado.

Tina DeJarld has worked on the front lines of taking designs from the computer screen to real-world production since before InDesign 1.0. As both a prepress master and production designer building files that will work correctly, she has handled thousands of large and complex projects, becoming an expert on InDesign best practices and techniques.


This book would not have been possible without the contributions of several invaluable collaborators. The authors would like to thank Nancy Davis for putting together a strong team; Chad Chelius, technical editor, for ensuring the accuracy of every word on every page; Candyce Mairs, keystroker, for testing every step in every lesson; Dan Foster and Scout Festa, for making sure every i was dotted and every t was crossed; Danielle Foster, production specialist, for polishing the layout of every page and preparing final files for print; and Tracey Croom, senior production editor at Pearson, for overseeing the entire production process and keeping everybody informed and on track. In addition, we appreciate the invaluable influence of John Cruise, whose contributions remain throughout this book. The authors would also like to thank the following photographers who provided many of the images used in the sample lesson files: John Anton, Shauneen Hutchinson, Sylvia Bacon, Diane Supple, and Eric Shropshire.