From PowerPoint to InDesign
This article appeared in Issue 18
of CreativePro Magazine
As an InDesign user, you might get cranky with clients when they provide their newsletter content in PowerPoint or ask you to convert a slideshow to a professional print format. But this really isn’t a terrible chore. PowerPoint is a wonderful tool for designers and non-designers alike to assemble text and visuals and mock materials up in preparation for professional layout. (You can actually use PowerPoint to create pro-level print design as well, but that’s a topic for another article.)
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