By: Kim Dudley on Tuesday, May 16, 2006
If you ever create multi page layouts such as brochures, newsletters or booklets there is an application that is made for you. InDesign, which can be purchased as a stand alone product or as part of the Adobe Creative Suite, has many, many tools for streamlining the process of setting up and working on these types of projects.
It is possible and I have often seen people use programs such as Illustrator and especially Freehand to try and setup multi page documents. However, once you use an application that is built specifically for this type of project you will wonder why you didn't start using it sooner. In this article we will look at what InDesign is for and highlight some of the features that set it apart from other applications.