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1 Introducing the Workspace
2 Getting to Know InDesign
3 Setting Up a Document and Working with Pages
4 Working with Objects
5 Flowing Text
6 Editing Text
7 Working with Typography
8 Working with Color
9 Working with Styles
10 Importing and Modifying Graphics
11 Creating Tables
12 Working with Transparency
13 Printing and Exporting
14 Creating Adobe PDF Documents with Form Fields
15 Exporting for E-Readers
16 Working with Long Documents
BONUS 17 (download): Creating an iPad Publication
On the top of page 11, the two callouts for Application Bar and Menu Bar should be switched.
Page 137, Step 1: "...click in the text frame in the second column at right on page 6," it should be "page 7."
Page 363: “Tip: Choosing Relative To Page Size from the Size menu...” It should read: “Tip: Choosing Relative To Page Width menu...”