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Adobe INDESIGN CS5.5

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9.0

Adobe CS5.5 InDesign – Interactive PDFs and ePubs

MyMac
11 January 2012
  • Excerpt: I begin the second part of the review of Adobe InDesign 5.5 covering Interactive PDFs and ePubs with the same caveat as in the
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Overall 9
9.0

Adobe InDesign CS5.5

PC Magazine
29 December 2011
  • Conclusion: Adobe InDesign is still the leader in page designing software, and version CS5.5 adds several new features that may warrant an upgrade, but only for certain kinds of users.
  • Pros: Object placement and manipulation drastically improved. New options for nondestructive image editing and animation tools. New features speed up previously tedious tasks. Close integration with Flash Professional simplifies making Web versions of documents.
  • Cons: Steep learning curve.
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Overall 10
10

Adobe InDesign CS6

PC Magazine
14 December 2011
  • Conclusion: The go-to software for page designers the world over, Adobe InDesign CS6 easily earns our Editors' Choice and five stars for its wonderful flexibility and support for designers' creativity.
  • Pros: Great new tools for getting content onto digital publishing platforms (iPhone, Nook, etc.). Superbly balanced interface.
  • Cons: Content Collector feature could stand to take on some facets of CorelDRAW's tray feature.
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe InDesign CS6 review

Digital Arts
8 May 2012
  • Excerpt: One noticeable difference to the new version of InDesign is that unlike Illustrator and Photoshop, InDesign does not have the new darkened interface and retains the same black on white look that we all know well.
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Adobe InDesign

PC Authority
9 January 2012
  • Summary: InDesign"s next-generation DTP application is central to Adobe"s vision for the future of publishing, but in terms of immediate user benefits it promises more than it delivers.
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Overall 8
8.0

Adobe InDesign CS6

MacWorld
26 December 2011
  • Conclusion: If you use InDesign to produce digital publications such as ePub or to create digital PDF forms, the CS6 upgrade will easily pay for itself in time saved. Text- handling improvements also make this a must-have upgrade.
  • Pros: Vastly improved tools; can save back to CS4; multiple layouts in one document
  • Cons: Parent/Child item linking lacks some flexibility; Liquid Layout difficult to master
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Adobe Audition CS5.5

soundonsound.com
1 December 2011
  • Summary: Audition has been rebuilt with a new engine, and although a few features are awaiting transfer, it's surprisingly complete. The spectral editor is incredibly quick and easy to use and combined with noise-reduction tools. For Premiere users especially, the direct linking of projects save render time, and makes audio post non‑destructive. Audition has come into its own with CS5.5, much as Premiere did with CS5, and it's a solid tool for audio post-production.
  • Pros: Full multitrack recording and mixing., VST effect support., Powerful waveform and spectral editor., Great noise‑reduction tools., Link with Premiere saves stem rendering., Keen price for the features.
  • Cons: No folders for track and media management., Needs real-time time‑stretching in mutlitrack editor., Some good Audition 3 features have yet to be migrated to new engine.
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Overall 7
7.0

Adobe InDesign CS5.5 review

Digital Arts
4 May 2011
  • Excerpt: Unlike QuarkXPress 9 , InDesign CS5.5 is all about digital publishing. We guess this is why it’s a .5 upgrade, but if you’re all about print you will be disappointed -- there isn’t even a stability fix for Live Preflight.
  • Pros: Interactive publishing is a leap forward; excellent EPUB tools
  • Cons: Pricing for Digital Publishing Suite unhelpful; no new print tools
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Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5

Macwelt
16 August 2012
  • Summary: Bei der neuen Version des Webeditors Dreamweaver konzentriert sich Adobe auf HTML5, CSS 3 und das mobile Web. Wir testen ob und für wen sich der halbe Versionssprung bei Dreamweaver lohnt.
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