Desktop Publishing

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Course Content.


Overview of the Photoshop

  • What is Photoshop
  • What is Flash
  • Summary

Interface & operations

  • About Interface
  • Touring The Toolbar
  • Options Palette Bar
  • Tabbed Palettes
  • Zoom Tool Interface
  • The Blank Canvas
  • Starting Out
  • Specific Size
  • Color Modes
  • Converting Color Modes
  • Opening A File
  • Resize Image
  • Resizing Canvas
  • Rotating And Flopping
  • file browser intro
  • rotating and ranking
  • image organization
  • rename and delete
  • workspaces
  • options at bottom
  • organizing documents
  • Saving Your File
  • File types
  • document sizes
  • customize document
  • Crop Tool
  • Trimming Image
  • Background Layer
  • Creating A New Layer
  • Re-arranging Layers
  • auto color
  • Presenting to Clients


  • History Undo
  • Preference setting
  • Preserving States
  • Move Tool with Layers
  • Linking Layer Movement
  • Layer Sets
  • Move Via Layer Sets
  • Locking Layer Movement
  • Layer Transparency
  • Layer Set Transparency
  • Labeling Layers
  • Marquee Tool
  • Elliptical Marquee Tool
  • Constrained Aspect Tool
  • Saving A Selection
  • Moving A Selection
  • Histogram
  • Adjustment Layers
  • Layer Adjustments
  • Grouping Adjustments
  • curves zoom box
  • auto curves
  • Brightness / Contrast
  • Levels
  • Output Levels
  • RGB Levels
  • Hue / Saturation
  • Desaturate
  • Cloning Out Problems
  • Cloning Document
  • Color Picking
  • Eyedropper Tool
  • Other Imaging Tools
  • Blur
  • Sharpen
  • Dodge
  • Burn
  • Eraser
  • Saturate-Desaturate

Brushes & Text

  • Healing Brush
  • healing brush
  • patch tool
  • Type Tool
  • Text Boxes
  • Font Size
  • Type Kerning
  • Type Leading
  • Type Tracking
  • Faux Fonts
  • Vertical and Horizontal
  • Warp Text
  • Coloring Logo
  • Image Transparency
  • Gradient
  • Gradient Editor
  • Gradient Layer
  • Image Adjustments
  • Invert
  • Threshold
  • Gradient Map
  • Transformations
  • Free Transform
  • Transforming Type
  • layer mask
  • creating mask
  • disable mask
  • painting on mask
  • vector mask
  • quick mask
  • Paint Bucket
  • Custom Shape
  • custom brush
  • Filters Intro
  • Motion Blur
  • Radial Blur
  • Noise Filters
  • Wave Filters
  • Fading Filters


  • Grouping
  • Adjustment Grouping
  • Grouping Layer Sets
  • Liquify
  • Liquify
  • Multiply
  • Screen
  • Dissolve
  • Color
  • Saturation
  • Coloring Black and White Artwork
  • Colorizing Photos
  • Airbrush Tool
  • Paintbrush
  • Pencil
  • Clone Stamp
  • Keyboard Brush Shortcuts
  • Straight Lines
  • batch rename
  • What Are Effects
  • Deleting Effects
  • Drop Shadow
  • Inner Shadow
  • Inner Glow
  • Outer Glow
  • Bevel and Emboss
  • Satin
  • Color Overlay
  • Gradient Overlay
  • Pattern Overlay
  • Stroke
  • Pasting Effects
  • Blending Options
  • Capturing Styles
  • Drawing Effects
  • pattern maker
  • Picture Package
  • proof sheets
  • Creating Actions
  • batch rename
  • Review


Exploring Flash products
  • Flash applications
  • Flash approaches
  • Evaluation of Flash products

Basics of Flash software

  • Working with Flash
  • Working with graphics
  • Building graphic elements for a Plash product

Flash Animation

  • Frame-by-frame
  • Motion tweening
  • Shape tweening

Flash Interactivity

  • Types of Interactivity
  • Active Learning
  • ActionScript in Flash
  • Components in Flash

Flash Multimedia

  • Power of Multimedia
  • Sound in Flash
  • Video in Flash
  • Visual Elements in Flash

Planning and Producing a Flash Project

  • Audience, purpose, architecture
  • Design Issues
  • Accessibility
  • Testing and usability
  • Packaging & publishing a Flash product



  • choosing a workspace
  • document window & toolbars
  • the document window
  • the launcher
  • the insert panel & tool sets
  • the document toolbar
  • the property inspector
  • dockable floating panels
  • using contextual menus

Site Control

  • defining a site
  • file and folder management
  • creating site maps
  • using the file browser
  • create a site from nothing


  • defining the site
  • creating and saving documents
  • inserting images with assets panel
  • adding text
  • aligning page elements
  • modifying page properties
  • creating links with text and images
  • adding keyword & description meta tags
  • preview in browser
  • define a secondary browser


  • link with point to file
  • linking to new source files
  • browse for file and link history
  • anchor links
  • email links
  • file links
  • imagemaps


  • html text formatting
  • font lists
  • text alignment
  • html lists
  • color schemes
  • text in tables
  • flash text
  • character objects


  • insert and modify a table
  • fixed width tables
  • relative width tables
  • hybrid table
  • insert tabular data
  • sort table data


  • simple rollovers - insert rollover
  • simple rollover - swap image behavior
  • multiple-event rollovers
  • flash buttons
  • Cascading Style Sheets

  • redefining HTML tags
  • defining a custom class
  • CSS selectors
  • CSS selectors to group tags
  • linking to external CSS
  • CSS reference panel


  • editing in the code view
  • code view options
  • quick tag editor & attribute hints
  • cleanup HTML
  • cleanup word HTML
  • code validator / XHTML


  • form objects
  • creating a form
  • creating a jump menu


  • set text of status bar
  • open browser window behavior
  • downloading and installing extensions


  • history panel
  • copy / paste history
  • create web photo 
  • temp
  • album

Templates and Library Items

  • lates in action
  • creating / modifying templates
  • library items in action
  • creating / modifying library items

Inserting Media Objects

  • linking to sounds
  • embedding sounds
  • inserting flash content
  • inserting director content
  • inserting a quicktime movie

FTP Management

  • Understanding FTP
  • Setting up FTP Server (Live)
  • Uploading and downloading FTP contents
  • Summary


  • Preparing designs.
  • Deploying application on Web Server
  • Summary


Lesson 1: Getting to know the workspace and fonts/Creating a simple report cover

Students will familiarize themselves with the basics of CorelDRAW, such as creating and saving documents, using fonts, resizing, rotating and moving documents and getting help. They will then create a report cover that contains a page border, an image from a symbol font, a title in artistic text and paragraph text. Suggested topics for discussion include legal issues surrounding font usage, design issues and the safety of downloading “free fonts” from the Internet.


Lesson 2: Using the toolbox/Using color

Students will learn to identify tools in the toolbox and use several common tools to create a half-page flyer for a party invitation. They will learn about color usage and discover several ways to apply color to an object and/or its outline. Suggested topics for discussion include reflective vs. direct color and how this relates to RGB and CMYK colors and screen vs. printed colors.


Lesson 3: Drawing and editing objects/Creating a greeting card

Students will learn the basics of using vector graphics and node editing for graphics and text, while creating a side-fold greeting card for an event of their choice. In the process, they will work with multi-page layouts and the Print Preview dialog, and import and edit clipart. Suggested topics for discussion include copyright laws that apply to clipart and other graphics, and ways to protect images.


Lesson 4: Using photographs in a motivational poster

Students will learn to combine vector and bitmap images as they create a standard page (letter/A4) motivational poster that must include at least one photo to accompany the text. Students will be introduced to the Corel® PHOTO-PAINT™ program and learn how it works with CorelDRAW. Suggested topics for discussion include how editing a photo might be deemed deceitful, digital photography techniques and career opportunities in photography.

Lesson 5: Using a template to create a two-page newsletter

Students will learn to work with templates: open an existing template file, modify it and create their own templates. In creating a two-page newsletter, they will also learn how to use text in columns, flow text from column-to-column and page-to-page, wrap text around graphics and create drop caps. Suggested topics for discussion include the history and use of Lorem Ipsum text, possible modern replacements, and the difference between newsletters, blogs and other social media in usage and design.

Lesson 6: Bitmap and vector effects

Students will learn to work with bitmap and vector effects, layers, lenses and masks, while creating a collage of images and text on a chosen topic. The exercise project will be created in CorelDRAW, but students can use the techniques they have learned in the exercises and tutorials to create an original collage in CorelDRAW, Corel PHOTO-PAINT, or a combination of the two programs. Suggested topics for discussion include the usage of collage techniques in modern marketing and advertising campaigns.

Lesson 7: Letterhead and data merge

Students will explore design and automation processes as they create a personal letterhead suite that includes mailing labels. They will be introduced to the Print Merge/Data Merge capabilities of CorelDRAW, as well as the Interactive Fill Tool. At the end of the module, they should be able to answer several essential questions about branding and the use of personalized mailings in marketing and other areas. Suggested topics for discussion include identifying what branding is, why it is important and whether it should ever vary.

Lesson 8: Creating a three-panel brochure for a student business

Students will create a three-panel brochure for a real or fictional student-run business, beginning with a template from the CorelDRAW Page Layout dialog. In the process of learning about brochure designs and creating promotional materials, they will discover helpful tools for text and graphics creation, such as page layout options, guides and Extrude and Bevel tools. Suggested topics for discussion include how to identify the essential information to be included in the brochure and how to use graphics to influence emotions.

Lesson 9: Slideshow presentation

Students will explore how to add 3D effects to text and objects. They will use Callouts and Connectors for creating charts, the Ellipse tool to draw pie shapes and Table and Paragraph formatting tools for layout. At the end they will create a short slideshow that includes charts, graphs and 3D bitmap effects. Suggested topics for discussion include finding and evaluating the effectiveness of existing slideshow presentations.

Lesson 10: Using scripts and macros to create a calendar

Students will use a pre-recorded macro in CorelDRAW to create a 12-month pictorial calendar. They will also record a short macro using the Undo Docker in CorelDRAW. Suggested topics for discussion include identifying the difference between a Macro and a Script, learning how to write a script, and considering safety issues surrounding the usage of downloaded scripts.

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