How to Get Started with Adobe In-Design CS6 | 10 Things Beginners Want To Know How to Do The demo itself uses In-Design CS6 and focuses on basic layout set up and manipulation techniques. Note how the ideas, features and tools are similar to Illustrator and Photoshop.
Some Important Points to Remember about In-Design
Make sure you have all of your files organized into a project folder for both printout and file sharing with others
Create styles as you go and then you will not have to remember or recreate them and thereby creating consistency throughout your document (always a good way to ensure appealing graphic design)
When you are selecting images to be used remember that proportions may be distorted, you may have to alter them in Photoshop first to accommodate your In-Design layout as the fit to frame feature may distort them.
The plus symbol that appears at the bottom corner of a text box generally means there is more text hidden, be sure to double check all of your text is where you want it to be.
Don’t sacrifice readability to accommodate a design element. Remember a good graphic designer is always mindful of both form and function.