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  1. 110 LESSON 3 Project proposal icon (wrap all sides) is selected. Type 0 for and drag the corner graphic handle up until Bottom (leave the other Standoff values at it is aligned with the baseline of the fourth their default setting), and click OK. line of text in column 1. rvation of thirty-one of thirty-one es identified in the ified in the corner of the site of the site ignificantly reduce ntly reduce space available for available for ent. It is recom- recommended hat the soil should uld remain undis- disturbed within 25 feet of the perimeter e perimeter of the systems. Consequently, t systems. Conse- 85 feet by 320 feet would n area of some 185 feet by 320 feet height of new construction to a development plans in an to 28 feet above grade, and to largely excluded from development plans to 28 feet above grade, and to e the grove of Douglas Fir serve the present garden environment o rt to preserve the grove of Douglas serve the present garden environ site. It should be noted that extensive ab The custom text wrap allows the text to flow around the text wrap boundary. However, although the text is wrapping to the bound- ary, a portion of the graphic (its white back- A rectangular graphic boundary (dotted ground) is on top of the text, obscuring it. line) frames the illustration, with the text You will send the graphic to the back of the flowing around the edges of the graphic stacking order. boundary within both columns. You will 5 Choose Element > Arrange > Send to customize the shape of this graphic bound- Back to stack the illustration behind the text ary to allow the text to flow around the illus- and graphic elements. tration with greater precision. 3 Position the cursor at the bottom edge of 2 Preservation of thirty-one major trees identified in the northeast corner of the site the graphic boundary (dotted line) and the would significantly reduce the total space available for development. It is recommended that the soil should remain undis- right edge of column 1, and click. turbed within 25 feet of the perimeter of the trees’ root systems. Consequently, t lan an area of some 185 feet by 320 feet would be excluded from development plans in an to 28 feet above grade, and to largely pre- effort to preserve the grove of Douglas Fir serve the present garden environment of the trees. site. It should be noted that extensive above 2 Coola Northern Pointe site. Consultants’ reports re- 6 Choose File > Save. garding structural considera- tions and tree evaluation are included for their continued application to the problem. An effort has been made to work with the full extent of space requirements currently t lan voiced by the Western Divi- sion Management Center and the Bella Coola tity, such as a community recreation center. Village Organization. Other organizations were queried to form the basis of judgment in de- It is very possible that significant heating and cooling economies would be achieved by Placing, formatting, and aligning a caption An additional handle is displayed on the You will place, format, and align a caption to graphic boundary. (If you do not see a new be displayed below the illustration at the top handle, click again more quickly.) of column 2. Before placing the caption text, 4 Position the pointer on the bottom left you will reduce the size of the text block in corner handle of the graphic boundary, hold column 2 to make some space for the 3-line down Shift (to constrain the movement), caption.
  2. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 111 Classroom in a Book 1 In column 1, locate the third line of the 5 Select the text tool ( ), and click the second paragraph. Then, from the hori- caption text to establish an insertion point. zontal ruler, drag to create a horizontal ruler 6 In the Styles palette, click Caption to guide that is aligned with the baseline of that apply a style to the text. third line (Y equals approximately 3.4 inches 7 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create a in the Control palette). horizontal ruler guide aligned with the base- To make room for the caption, you’ll align line of text closest to the 3.02 inch mark in the first line of proposal text in column 2 column 1. with this baseline. You’ll start by dragging its You will use this horizontal ruler guide to top windowshade handle down, below the align the caption text with the text in text wrap boundary, so the text block is eas- column 1. ier to position. 8 Select the pointer tool, and click the cap- 2 With the pointer tool selected, select the tion to select it as a text block. Then drag the proposal text in column 2 as a text block, text block until the baseline of the last line of and drag the top windowshade handle down text is aligned with the horizontal ruler until one line of text displays above the hor- guide you just created. izontal ruler guide you just created. Then, would significantly reduce the holding down Shift (to constrain the move- total space available for devel- opment. It is recommended that the soil should remain undisturbed within 25 feet of the perimeter of the ment), drag the text block so the baseline trees’ root systems. Consequently, an area Plan of some 185 feet by 320 feet would be exclud- ed from development plans in an effort to pre- An open design: interior plan of lower level serve the grove of Douglas Fir trees. conference room utilizes moving dividing of the first line of text aligns with the ruler Preliminary analysis of the site has indi- cated that it would be feasible to construct three below grade levels. However, structural walls to create privacy amongst community. site. It should be noted that extensive above guide. considerations of excavation and proximity to grade construction would impair efforts to adjoining buildings may be reviewed. With provide natural illumination for below grade these parameters in mind, it can be calculated spaces. Automobile ramp access from Grant that, for below grade construction alone, Road to below grade parking will need to be ect there is cubage available to accommodate given further consideration as well. 273 650 f f i h l l would significantly reduce the total space available for devel- opment. It is recommended that the soil should remain undisturbed within 25 feet of the perimeter of the 9 Select the hand tool ( ), position the tool trees’ root systems. Consequently, an area Plan of some 185 feet by 320 feet would be exclud- ed from development plans in an effort to pre- serve the grove of Douglas Fir trees. Preliminary analysis of the site has indi- cated that it would be feasible to construct three below grade levels. However, structural site. It should be noted that extensive above over the page at the bottom of the considerations of excavation and proximity to grade construction would impair efforts to adjoining buildings may be reviewed. With these parameters in mind, it can be calculated that, for below grade construction alone, provide natural illumination for below grade spaces. Automobile ramp access from Grant Road to below grade parking will need to be publication window, and drag the page up. ect there is cubage available to accommodate given further consideration as well. 273 650 f f i h l l Keeping dragging until you see the bottom of the page. You are ready to place the caption text. 10 If the last line of text in column 2 does 3 Choose File > Place, and double-click the not rest on the baseline, select the pointer 03TextD.doc file in the 03Lesson folder. tool, and click the text in column 2 to select 4 With the loaded text icon displayed, click it as a text block. Then drag the bottom win- in column 2 (below the illustration) to place dowshade handle so it snaps to the margin the text. guide and the last line of text rests on the Before aligning the caption text, you will margin guide. apply the Caption style. The second page of this publication is completely assembled.
  3. 112 LESSON 3 Project proposal 11 Choose View > Fit in Window. 2 If there is no text in column 1 on page 3, click the page 2 icon to view the second page, 2 Preservation of thirty-one major trees identified in the northeast corner of the site click the text in column 2 with the pointer tool to select it as a text block, and click the would significantly reduce the total space available for devel- opment. It is recommended that the soil should remain undisturbed within 25 feet of the perimeter of the trees’ root systems. Consequently, an area red triangle at the bottom of the text block to Plan of some 185 feet by 320 feet would be exclud- ed from development plans in an effort to pre- An open design: interior plan of lower level serve the grove of Douglas Fir trees. conference room utilizes moving dividing Preliminary analysis of the site has indi- walls to create privacy amongst community. cated that it would be feasible to construct three below grade levels. However, structural considerations of excavation and proximity to adjoining buildings may be reviewed. With these parameters in mind, it can be calculated site. It should be noted that extensive above grade construction would impair efforts to provide natural illumination for below grade spaces. Automobile ramp access from Grant load the remaining text. Then click the page that, for below grade construction alone, Road to below grade parking will need to be 3 icon to view the third page. Let the loaded Project there is cubage available to accommodate given further consideration as well. 273,650 square feet of space in three levels. This assumes that recommended measures LIGHT AND VIEW CONSIDERATIONS would be taken to preserve the Douglas Fir There is little doubt that the facility envi- trees, and utilized in the design. sioned for the Northern Pointe site will largely The extent of above grade construction is constrained by a desire to limit the maximum height of new construction to about 25 feet to 28 feet above grade, and to largely pre- rely upon adequate introduction of natural light and view to the underground levels to achieve a comfortable and successful indoor environment. This could be accomplished text icon snap to the margin guides in the serve the present garden environment of the through the use of sunken gardens which would adjoin below grade working areas to provide light as well as important visual ori- entation and variety. It can be recognized that sunken gardens or other light-searching ar- top left corner of column 1, and then click to chitectural elements will require substantial space to be fully effective. A recent study of such underground ar- chitectural spaces notes that many of the kinds of space with which we are dealing, place the text. would, “because of the dominant modes of activity within them, require relief by physical or visual connection to adjacent high activity 3 With the pointer tool selected, click the areas or the external environment, or both. Characteristic occupancy of such spaces would by relatively secondary and routinized. Characteristic examples of such spaces would be conference centers, classrooms, and offic- es” (superscript 1 here). It is our judgment that the quantity and quality of natural light and external views deemed adequate for underground spaces in text in column 1 to select it as a text block. the Northern Pointe Development cannot be Skylights, balconies, and sunken gardens established with certainty, owing to the pre- provide light to below grade levels. liminary nature of this study and the large The red triangle in the bottom window- shade handle indicates there is more text to 12 Choose File > Save. be placed. Before manually flowing the remaining text into column 2, you will for- mat the text in column 1. Assembling the third page 4 Select the text tool ( ), and click the sub- After formatting and aligning the text on the head Conclusions to establish an insertion third page, you will draw a box that will point. (Zoom in first if necessary.) In the serve to frame an illustration. This boxed Styles palette, click Subhead 1. illustration and its corresponding caption 5 With the text tool still selected, click the will span the width of both columns. first paragraph below the subhead text you just formatted to establish an insertion Applying styles point in the paragraph. In the Styles palette You will apply the same styles to the text on click, No Indent. the third page as you did on the previous ed on the basis of approximate judgment in lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 square feet, is allocated for natural light and pages. Plan view throughout the underground areas. We expect that during further development of this project, new information may suggest some adjustment of this allocation. 1 Click the page 3 icon to view the third CONCLUSIONS Preceding analysis has delineated the clear limitations of space available for development below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At page of the publication. this juncture it would appear reasonable to ject expect that 166,350 square feet of space could be accommodated below grade, easily accommodating the three-level design. Fur- ther expansion below grade to the north of As before, all master-page elements are displayed within the bounds of the third With the type and paragraph specifications page. applied to the text, you are ready to align the text. 6 Choose File > Save.
  4. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 113 Classroom in a Book Manually flowing text into a column As before, the red triangle in the bottom Because the illustration and caption will windowshade handle indicates all text is not extend across the bottom portion of both displayed. columns, you will resize the text block in 4 Click the red triangle in the bottom win- column 1, and manually flow the remaining dowshade handle to load the remaining text text into column 2. in the story. Before reducing the size of the text block in 5 With the loaded text icon displayed, posi- column 1, you will create a horizontal ruler tion the icon in the top left corner of column guide aligned with text in column 1. You will 2, letting it snap to the column and margin eventually use this horizontal ruler guide to guides. Click to place the text. align the bottom edge of the box that con- tains an illustration, allowing enough space 3 number of unresolved controlling factors. Yet it is evident that space will be required and for a single-line caption. must be set aside for natural light. Accordingly, we believe that space for natural light and view must be initially allocat- ed on the basis of approximate judgment in lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% 1 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create a of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 square feet, is allocated for natural light and t lan view throughout the underground areas. We expect that during further development of this project, new information may suggest horizontal ruler guide aligned with the base- some adjustment of this allocation. line of the second line of text above the bottom margin guide. The empty bottom windowshade handle of the text block in column 2 indicates the end After drawing the box that will frame the of the story. illustration, you will use this horizontal ruler guide to align the box. Depending upon how precise you were when you placed the graphics and text 2 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create a throughout this project, the lines may not horizontal ruler guide aligned with the base- end in exactly the same spot. Make sure the line of text nearest to the 5.9-inch mark on first line of each text block on this page the vertical ruler. aligns. Do not worry if one text block is a few 3 Select the pointer tool, click the text in lines longer than the other. column 1 to select it as a text block, and drag Pl below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At match the space available for development. this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- There is considerable leeway for adjust- the bottom windowshade handle just below roject pect that 166,350 square feet of space could ment of the siting and configuration of the be accommodated below grade, easily accom- above grade buildings under consideration. modating the three-level design. Further ex- At this level of investigation, only schematic pansion below grade to the north of the Grant studies of this question can be undertaken. A the line of text aligned with the horizontal Community Center may constitute valuable space available for further development, although it has not been studied herein or in- number of schemes of massing options have been studied, and the strongest two have been selected for illustration to suggest alter- cluded in available space estimates. nate ways to approach this unique problem.At ruler guide you just created. Although the constraints on above grade construction do not directly translate into this stage, it is suggested that the recom- mendations in this study be equally reviewed. Pl below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- roject pect that 166,350 square feet of space could be accommodated below grade, easily accom- modating the three-level design. Further ex- pansion below grade to the north of the Grant Community Center may constitute valuable 6 Choose File > Save. space available for further development, although it has not been studied herein or in- cluded in available space estimates. Although the constraints on above grade construction do not directly translate into
  5. 114 LESSON 3 Project proposal Drawing a box horizontal ruler guide you created, with the After creating a box that will frame the final left and right edges of the box still aligned illustration, you will align it with an existing with the margin guides. horizontal ruler guide. 3 number of unresolved controlling factors. Yet it is evident that space will be required and clear limitations of available space, examina- tion of a range of options has led to a recom- 1 Select the rectangle tool ( ), and drag to must be set aside for natural light. mendation to accommodate 32,000 square Accordingly, we believe that space for feet of space in two buildings above grade. In natural light and view must be initially allocat- the time frame of Northern Pointe develop- ed on the basis of approximate judgment in ment it is felt that the Douglas Fir trees alone lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% would merit preservation during construction, draw a box below the proposal text, of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 although replacement planting of a number square feet, is allocated for natural light and of major trees is envisioned to follow con- Plan view throughout the underground areas. We struction. The current space planning figures expect that during further development of reflect these assumptions. this project, new information may suggest The resulting total 253,850 gross square some adjustment of this allocation. feet of space estimated to be available for de- spanning the width of the two columns CONCLUSIONS Preceding analysis has delineated the clear limitations of space available for development velopment exceeds the current requirements of 250,000 square feet by a moderate amount. We would not necessarily suggest any further increase in the program size to more closely below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At match the space available for development. (exact height is not important). this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- There is considerable leeway for adjust- Project pect that 166,350 square feet of space could ment of the siting and configuration of the be accommodated below grade, easily accom- above grade buildings under consideration. modating the three-level design. Further ex- At this level of investigation, only schematic pansion below grade to the north of the Grant studies of this question can be undertaken. A Community Center may constitute valuable number of schemes of massing options have space available for further development, been studied, and the strongest two have although it has not been studied herein or in- been selected for illustration to suggest alter- cluded in available space estimates. nate ways to approach this unique problem.At Although the constraints on above grade this stage, it is suggested that the recom- construction do not directly translate into mendations in this study be equally reviewed. 3 number of unresolved controlling factors. Yet it is evident that space will be required and must be set aside for natural light. clear limitations of available space, examina- tion of a range of options has led to a recom- mendation to accommodate 32,000 square Accordingly, we believe that space for feet of space in two buildings above grade. In natural light and view must be initially allocat- the time frame of Northern Pointe develop- ed on the basis of approximate judgment in ment it is felt that the Douglas Fir trees alone lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% would merit preservation during construction, of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 although replacement planting of a number square feet, is allocated for natural light and of major trees is envisioned to follow con- Plan view throughout the underground areas. We struction. The current space planning figures expect that during further development of reflect these assumptions. this project, new information may suggest The resulting total 253,850 gross square some adjustment of this allocation. feet of space estimated to be available for de- velopment exceeds the current requirements CONCLUSIONS of 250,000 square feet by a moderate amount. Preceding analysis has delineated the clear We would not necessarily suggest any further limitations of space available for development increase in the program size to more closely below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At match the space available for development. this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- There is considerable leeway for adjust- Project pect that 166,350 square feet of space could ment of the siting and configuration of the be accommodated below grade, easily accom- above grade buildings under consideration. modating the three-level design. Further ex- At this level of investigation, only schematic pansion below grade to the north of the Grant studies of this question can be undertaken. A Community Center may constitute valuable number of schemes of massing options have space available for further development, been studied, and the strongest two have although it has not been studied herein or in- been selected for illustration to suggest alter- cluded in available space estimates. nate ways to approach this unique problem.At Although the constraints on above grade this stage, it is suggested that the recom- construction do not directly translate into mendations in this study be equally reviewed. Since the bottom of the box is aligned with what was the baseline of the second line of text above the bottom margin guide, you have provided enough space for the single- line caption. 5 Choose File > Save. 2 In the Control palette, type 3.87 for H, and press Enter or Return to establish the height for the box. Placing a graphic and caption 3 With the box still selected, choose After placing the final illustration, you will Element > Stroke > Hairline to assign a place, format, and align its corresponding stroke style and weight to the line of the box. caption. 4 Select the pointer tool, position the This illustration was resized in Adobe pointer on the edge of the box, hold down Photoshop, and saved in TIFF file format Shift (to constrain the movement), and drag with a resolution of 100 dpi. the box until its bottom edge snaps to the 1 Choose File > Place, and double-click the 03ArtD.tif file in the 03Lesson folder. 2 With the loaded graphic icon displayed, click within the hairline box to place the illustration.
  6. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 115 Classroom in a Book 3 With the illustration still selected, drag 7 Select the pointer tool, click the caption it until it is visually centered in the hair- text to select it as a text block, and drag the line box. bottom windowshade handle until the entire story is displayed. Then hold down 3 number of unresolved controlling factors. Yet it is evident that space will be required and must be set aside for natural light. clear limitations of available space, examina- tion of a range of options has led to a recom- mendation to accommodate 32,000 square Shift (to constrain the movement), and drag Accordingly, we believe that space for feet of space in two buildings above grade. In natural light and view must be initially allocat- ed on the basis of approximate judgment in lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 the time frame of Northern Pointe develop- ment it is felt that the Douglas Fir trees alone would merit preservation during construction, although replacement planting of a number the text block until the baseline of the text is square feet, is allocated for natural light and of major trees is envisioned to follow con- aligned with the bottom margin guide. Plan view throughout the underground areas. We struction. The current space planning figures expect that during further development of reflect these assumptions. this project, new information may suggest The resulting total 253,850 gross square some adjustment of this allocation. feet of space estimated to be available for de- velopment exceeds the current requirements Pr CONCLUSIONS of 250,000 square feet by a moderate amount. Preceding analysis has delineated the clear We would not necessarily suggest any further limitations of space available for development increase in the program size to more closely below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At match the space available for development. this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- There is considerable leeway for adjust- Project pect that 166,350 square feet of space could ment of the siting and configuration of the be accommodated below grade, easily accom- above grade buildings under consideration. modating the three-level design. Further ex- At this level of investigation, only schematic pansion below grade to the north of the Grant studies of this question can be undertaken. A Community Center may constitute valuable number of schemes of massing options have space available for further development, been studied, and the strongest two have although it has not been studied herein or in- been selected for illustration to suggest alter- cluded in available space estimates. nate ways to approach this unique problem.At Although the constraints on above grade this stage, it is suggested that the recom- construction do not directly translate into mendations in this study be equally reviewed. Above is a detail from the proposed expansion plan to north of the Grant Community Center. You have completed assembling the entire proposal. 8 Choose View > Fit in Window. 4 Choose File > Place, and double-click the 9 Choose View > Hide Guides to hide the 03TextE.doc file in the 03Lesson folder. column, ruler, and margin guides used to To make the caption text span the image assemble this proposal. area, you will drag to define a text block that spans both columns. 3 number of unresolved controlling factors. Yet it is evident that space will be required and must be set aside for natural light. clear limitations of available space, examina- tion of a range of options has led to a recom- mendation to accommodate 32,000 square Accordingly, we believe that space for feet of space in two buildings above grade. In natural light and view must be initially allocat- the time frame of Northern Pointe develop- ed on the basis of approximate judgment in ment it is felt that the Douglas Fir trees alone lieu of more fixed guidelines. To this end, 15% would merit preservation during construction, 5 With the loaded text icon displayed, drag of the total gross floor area, or some 42,500 although replacement planting of a number square feet, is allocated for natural light and of major trees is envisioned to follow con- Plan view throughout the underground areas. We struction. The current space planning figures expect that during further development of reflect these assumptions. this project, new information may suggest The resulting total 253,850 gross square some adjustment of this allocation. feet of space estimated to be available for de- to define a text block under the boxed illus- CONCLUSIONS Preceding analysis has delineated the clear limitations of space available for development velopment exceeds the current requirements of 250,000 square feet by a moderate amount. We would not necessarily suggest any further increase in the program size to more closely below grade on the Northern Pointe site. At match the space available for development. tration that spans both columns to place the this juncture it would appear reasonable to ex- There is considerable leeway for adjust- Project pect that 166,350 square feet of space could ment of the siting and configuration of the be accommodated below grade, easily accom- above grade buildings under consideration. modating the three-level design. Further ex- At this level of investigation, only schematic pansion below grade to the north of the Grant studies of this question can be undertaken. A caption (exact height is not important). Community Center may constitute valuable space available for further development, although it has not been studied herein or in- cluded in available space estimates. number of schemes of massing options have been studied, and the strongest two have been selected for illustration to suggest alter- nate ways to approach this unique problem.At Although the constraints on above grade this stage, it is suggested that the recom- Pr construction do not directly translate into mendations in this study be equally reviewed. Above is a detail from the proposed expansion plan to north of the Grant Community Center. 6 Select the text tool ( ), and click the cap- tion text to establish an insertion point. In 10 Choose File > Save to save the the Styles palette, click Caption. 03Work.pmd publication.
  7. 116 LESSON 3 Project proposal Producing the proposal Answers As mentioned at the beginning of this les- 1 Styles let you do the following: son, you can print this publication success- •Maintain a consistent look throughout the fully on any 300 dpi or 600 dpi desktop laser publication. printing device, and then photocopy it as needed. Or you can Export to Adobe PDF as • Ensure accuracy so that different described in Creating an Adobe PDF version paragraphs all have exactly the same of the flyer on page 41. specifications. 1 Choose File > Print to open the Print • Simplify and speed up formatting. Document printing box for the type of 2 Click the pointer tool to deselect all printer you selected. objects, and then set the stroke and fill 2 In the Print Document dialog box, click options you want using the Element menu Color. Make sure the Composite and Gray- and/or the Colors palette. These settings scale options are selected. affect all objects you draw in that publica- tion from this point forward but do not 3 Click Print to print the proposal. affect existing objects. 4 Close all open publications, and choose 3 Slug. File > Exit (Windows) or File > Quit (Macintosh) to exit the PageMaker 4 Hold down Shift (Windows) or Option application. (Macintosh) and click OK or Cancel. 5 With Autoflow on, PageMaker fills all columns and creates new pages as needed Review questions without manual intervention. 1 List two advantages to using styles. 2 How do you make every object you will draw in a PageMaker publication have the same stroke width, color, and fill? 3 What is the term that refers to the vertical space used by each line of type? 4 What is a quick way to close multiple dialog boxes with a single click? 5 What is an advantage of placing text with Autoflow on?
  8. Lesson 4 Jewelcase booklet In this lesson you will create the eight-page booklet titled Architectural Treasures of Italy, featuring eight color photographs of historic Italy. For best results, this booklet needs to be printed on a printing press. To print color art on a commercial printing press, your service provider will separate each page containing composite art into its component colors by creating a film separation on an imagesetter for each ink–cyan, magenta, yellow, black (CMYK), and any spot colors. A commercial printer uses these film separations to create the printing plates used on the press.
  9. 118 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet Designed to accompany a CD-ROM, this Opening an existing document publication fits in the front cover of a Let’s take a look at the final version of the CD-ROM jewelcase. It’s easy to get the right booklet you will create in this lesson. dimensions, because the PageMaker appli- cation includes a page size already estab- 1 Before launching PageMaker, return all lished for this exact purpose. Before printing settings to their defaults, deleting the this booklet on a commercial printing press, PageMaker 7.0 preferences file. See you must specify a custom paper size larger “Restoring default settings” in Lesson 1. than the page size to accommodate the 2 In addition to the commonly-used fonts printer’s marks (cropping marks) and page listed in the Getting Stated chapter, make information. sure AGaramond, AGaramond Bold, AGar- amond Semibold Italic, and Birch are This lesson covers: installed. • Specifying columns of unequal width Windows only: Because of the way Windows • Working with layers handles fonts, AGaramond Semibold Italic • Creating a bordered frame appears in the ATM Fonts list as AGaramond, Bold Italic (notice the comma). However, • Reversing text out of a frame neither AGaramond Semibold Italic nor • Adding rules to a paragraph AGaramond, Bold Italic appear in font menus • Flowing text semiautomatically in Windows applications. You must apply bold and italic to AGaramond to use AGaramond •Modifying an image using the Image Semibold Italic. Control command It should take you approximately 2 hours to 3 Launch PageMaker. complete this lesson. 4 Choose File > Open, and double-click the 04Final.pmd file in the 04Lesson folder. Before you begin All files and fonts needed to assemble this booklet are found on the Adobe PageMaker Classroom in a Book CD-ROM in the folders Architectural 04Lesson and Fonts, respectively. Treasures of Italy Note: Windows users need to unlock the lesson files before using them. For infor- mation, see Copying the Classroom in a A Photographic Reference of Palaces, Churches, and Ruins Book files on page 4.
  10. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 119 Classroom in a Book The full view of the first page displays a vari- you the optimum bleed size for this job. So ety of text and graphic elements. The page that you can better visualize the printed icons indicate the booklet consists of eight piece, the images in 04Final.pmd do not pages. bleed, nor will they bleed in the version you create. 5 If the publication window does not fill the screen, click the Maximize button in the title As discussed in lesson 2, adjacent colored bar to expand the window. objects in a design require trapping. After 6 Click the page icons to page through the verifying the trapping specification, the size booklet, and then click the page 1 icon to of the bleed, and the line screen frequency display the first page. with your printer, talk with your service pro- vider to determine who will perform the 7 Choose View > Show Guides to display prepress tasks and how you should deliver the guides used to assemble this booklet. this publication to your service provider. Talk with your printer Designed to be printed on a commercial Assembling the master page printing press, this booklet features images For these left and right master pages, you that were saved as CMYK TIFF files, making will specify column guides, create graphic it easier to create the film separations. elements, and specify automatic page num- bering. To reduce the demand for disk space on your system, these images were scanned at a reso- lution of 100 dpi. Since it is likely that your Creating a new publication printer would recommend printing this sort After setting the options in the Document of publication at a line screen frequency of Setup dialog box, you will save and name 150 lpi, in a real environment these images your publication. would have to be scanned at 300 dpi (double 1 Choose File > New, and choose Compact the selected line screen frequency) to meet Disc for Page Size. Type 8 for Number of the printing requirements of this publica- Pages, type .25 for Inside, .25 for Outside, tion. .329 for Top, and .329 for Bottom to set the To successfully print a design like this one, margin guides. Set the Target Output Reso- which has images that touch the edge of the lution to 2400 dpi, and choose (Windows page, you must allow the images to extend or only) the AGFA-ProSet9800 for Compose to bleed beyond the trim marks of the page. A Printer. Then click OK. bleed allows for inaccuracies of the press and Note: If you do not have the required printer, trimming equipment. Your printer can tell you can still create the project as directed and then print it on your own printer by
  11. 120 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet selecting your printer and its PPD (if it is a single-sided publications, where the zero PostScript printer) in the Print dialog box point is aligned with the top left corner of when it is time to print. You can also use the the page.) Export Adobe PDF command to create an 4 3 2 1 0 1 2 Adobe PDF version of the project rather than Zero point 0 a printed copy, as described in Creating an Adobe PDF version of the flyer on page 41. 1 2 3 Establishing preferences Because you use the rulers to set up guides, it’s a good idea to choose a measurement system before you begin laying out your pages.You’ll also reduce the size below which The publication window displays the first PageMaker displays text as gray lines in lay- page of the untitled publication with the out view. specified page dimensions and margin 1 Choose File > Preferences > General. guides. Unless you specify otherwise, page number 1 of a double-sided publication is assigned to the first right page in the publi- To open the Preferences dialog cation. box, double-click the pointer tool. 2 Choose File > Save As, and type 2 In the Preferences dialog box, choose 04Work.pmd for Name, open the 04Lesson Picas for both Measurements In and Vertical folder if necessary, and click Save. Ruler, and then click More. 3 Click the page 2 icon to view the second Remember: 22p9 means 22 picas and 9 and third facing pages. points. The zero point is aligned with the intersec- tion of the top, inside edges of the facing pages. (In previous lessons, you assembled
  12. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 121 Classroom in a Book 3 In the More Preferences dialog box, set that you can specify different numbers of Greek Text Below to 3. Leave all other set- columns on the left and right pages), and tings at their default values. Hold down Shift click OK. (Windows) or Option (Macintosh), and click OK to close the dialog boxes. PageMaker automatically creates columns of equal widths, filling the entire image area between the margin guides. You’ll now move the column guides. To maintain the specified space between columns, the guides of adjacent columns move together. It is important that you drag and position the correct guide. The Specifying columns of unequal width locations specified are for the right guide in PageMaker automatically creates columns of column 1, not the left guide of column 2. equal width when you specify multiple col- umns. In this project you will create unequal 3 Select the pointer tool (if necessary). On columns, using the pointer tool to drag the the right master page, position the pointer column guides to the positions you want. on the right column guide of column 1. (See the illustration.) Then drag the column 1 Click the master-page icon ( ) in the guide until it is aligned approximately with lower left corner of the publication window. the 15p mark on the horizontal ruler. PageMaker displays the facing master pages 6 12 18 24 and highlights the master-page icon. These pages display the margin guides you speci- 6 fied in the Document Setup dialog box, with the zero point aligned with the intersection 12 of the top, inside edges of the facing pages. 2 Choose Layout > Column Guides, and 18 type 2 for Number of Columns, select Set 24 Left and Right Pages Separately (just to see
  13. 122 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet 4 On the left master page, drag the right col- Setting automatic page numbering umn guide of column 1 until it is aligned To number all pages in a publication approximately with the -13p6 mark on the automatically, you can place page-number horizontal ruler. markers on the master pages. After you place Note: Since the left page is positioned to the the page number marker in a black circle on left of the zero point, all X coordinate values the left page, you will copy and paste them to for the left page are less than or equal to zero. the right page, and reverse the colors. 5 Choose File > Save. 1 Select the text tool ( ), and drag to define a text block on top of the black circle, making it approximately the width of the Drawing a circle circle (exact height is not important). After drawing a small circle, you will use the If your cursor jumps to the column guide, Control palette to resize it, and the Colors drag again over the circle. palette to fill it with the color black. You need to reverse the text so it will stand 1 Magnify the lower left portion of the left out on the black circle. You’ll set the text master page. attributes before you type the page-number 2 Select the ellipse tool ( ) in the toolbox, marker so you can see what you type. hold down Shift (to constrain the ellipse to a 2 In the Control palette, choose AGara- circle), and drag to draw a small circle of any dimension. mond (Regular) for Font. Type 9 for Size ( ), click the Bold ( ), and Reverse 3 In the Control palette, make sure the Scal- buttons ( ). ing button is toggled to proportional scaling ( ). Type 1p2 for W (width) and press Tab. Remember that when you click a button in (Because you selected proportional scaling, the Control palette, PageMaker applies any PageMaker automatically enters 1p2 for H.) values you’ve typed as well as the action for Press Enter or Return to resize the circle. the button. 4 In the Colors palette click the Both button Note: Because of the way fonts are defined, ( ), and click [Black] to apply the color when you apply bold to AGaramond, black to the stroke and fill of the circle. PageMaker actually uses AGaramond Semi- bold. On the Macintosh, you can get the same Placed on the master pages, the circle will result if you select AGaramond Semibold serve to frame the page numbers. directly. 5 Choose File > Save. 3 Hold down Ctrl and Alt (Windows) or Command and Option (Macintosh), and press p.
  14. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 123 Classroom in a Book The page-number marker LM (left master) 7 With the two objects still selected, select is displayed over the black circle, indicating the center reference point in the Proxy icon where the page numbers will appear. in the Control palette. Type -26p3 for X and 26p11 for Y, and press the Apply button You will use the align objects feature in ( ) to align the center of the objects with PageMaker to center the text over the circle, the specified coordinate position. but first you need to center the text within the text block. You will both increase the Remember: Unless otherwise stated, the leading, to center the page number within reference point in the Control palette Proxy the leading slug, and then change the para- icon should be a square point, not an arrow. graph alignment from left justified to center. 4 With the cursor still in the text, choose Edit > Select All. In the Control palette, type 15 for Leading ( ). Click the Paragraph- LM view button ( ) and then click the Center- align button ( ). 8 Choose File > Save. 5 Select the pointer tool, drag to select both the black circle and the page-number marker. Copying the page-number marker If you selected only one of the objects, drag Since your publication has facing pages, you again, but start dragging further away so you will copy the left page-number marker, and enclose the bounding boxes of both objects. paste the copy on the right master page. 6 Choose Element > Align Objects 1 With the pointer tool selected, drag to (Windows) or Element > Align select both the black circle and the page- (Macintosh). Click both the vertical and number marker. Choose Edit > Copy. horizontal Center-Align buttons, and 2 Hold down Alt (Windows) or Option click OK. (Macintosh) and double-click the zoom tool ( ) to switch to the fit-in-window view. Now that both pages are visible, you can zoom in to the area on the right page where you’ll paste the page number marker. 3 With the zoom tool still selected, drag across the bottom right quadrant of the right master page. 4 Choose Edit > Paste.
  15. 124 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet PageMaker pastes the circle and page-num- 7 Select the pointer tool, hold down Ctrl ber marker on the right master page. Notice (Windows) or Command (Macintosh) and that the page-number marker automatically click twice to select the black circle. (The changes to RM (right master). first click selects the text block; the second click selects the circle.) In the Colors palette, Note: Page-number markers positioned on make sure the Both button ( ) is selected, the pasteboard display as PB (pasteboard). and select the color [Paper]. 5 With the black circle and the page-num- 8 Choose File > Save. ber marker still selected, in the Control pal- ette make sure the center reference point in the Proxy icon is selected, type 26p3 for X Drawing a box and 26p11 for Y, and press Enter or Return. After creating the box that fills the right side of the right master page, you will fill it with the color black and adjust the stacking order to stack the black box behind the circle and the page-number marker. 1 Double-click the hand tool ( ). (This is another shortcut to the fit-in-window view.) 2 Select the rectangle tool ( ), and draw a box of any dimension on the right master page. RM Since the circle and the page-number marker will be positioned on a black box, you will reverse the colors of both objects. 6 Select the text tool ( ), and double-click the page-number marker RM to select it. In the Control palette, click the Character-view button ( ). Then click the Reverse button RM ( ) to deselect it (and thus change the color back to black). The Reverse button toggles text between the You’ll now use the Control palette to both paper color and black. Until you reverse the move it to the right edge of the page and to circle, the page-number marker will not be resize it. visible.
  16. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 125 Classroom in a Book 3 In the Control palette, select the top right Looking at layers in the final version corner reference point in the Proxy icon. Before you create layers in this booklet, take Click the Scaling button to toggle it to non- a look at how layers were used in the final proportional scaling ( ). Type 28p4 for X, version. 0 for Y, 9p6 for W, and 28p6 for H, and then press the Apply button ( ). 1 Choose Window > 04Final.pmd to switch to the final version of the publication. (In 4 In the Colors palette, select the Both Windows, the path to the file is displayed button ( ), and then select [Black] to with the file name on the Window menu.) apply the color black to the stroke and fill of the box. 2 If necessary, click the page 1 icon to view the front cover of the booklet. The black box covers the white circle and page-number marker. 3 Choose Window > Show Layers. Show/hide 5 With the box still selected, choose Ele- Lock/unlock ment > Arrange > Send to Back to stack the Palette menu black box behind the circle and the page- Target layer number marker. Visible and Locked layer The master-page design is complete, and you are ready to assemble the booklet cover. New layer button Layers let you separate like elements and treat them like a unit without grouping them. When elements are on a layer, you can display them, hide them, lock them, or even LM RM change their stacking order in relation to the rest of the publication. You’ll use layers in this booklet to speed up screen redraw and 6 Choose File > Save. make layout easier. After placing the photo- graphic images on the Art layer, you’ll hide that layer as you work on the text layer. Assembling the booklet cover When you want to display both layers, you After hiding the display of the master-page can quickly lock one layer so you don’t have elements on the first page (booklet cover), to worry about inadvertently moving an you will create two layers to separate the art object. and text. You’ll then divide the page into 4 Click the eye icon ( ) of the Art layer. quadrants, place four photographs, and create the boxed title and subtitle.
  17. 126 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet PageMaker hides the Art layer throughout 7 Drag the Layers tab to the Colors and the publication, not just on the displayed Styles palette, and then click the Close box of page. A hidden layer also does not print. the Master Pages palette. 5 Click the page 2 icon, and then click to display the eye icon of the Art layer to again view the images. You can determine which layer an element is on by selecting the element. 6 Select the image behind the table of contents on page 2. Creating layers Target layer You are now ready to create two new layers in your booklet. Selection box 1 Choose File > Close to close 04Final.pmd and to return to your publication. If prompted to save before closing, click No. The layer containing the selected element becomes the target layer. (It is highlighted Your publication already contains a default and contains the pencil icon.) The small layer (called Default). Because that was the selection box next to the pencil icon indi- only layer when you created the master cates that something on that layer is selected. pages, all the master page elements automat- Notice that the color of the graphic handles ically were placed on the Default layer. You of the selected image match the color swatch can place master page elements on any layer, of the layer. and with the exception of stacking order, they will behave like any other element on The three palettes you’ll use most often in the layer. However, master page elements creating this booklet are the Layers, Styles, always display at the bottom of the stacking and Colors palettes. You can combine the order, regardless of the layer they are on. three to leave more room to view your page. You will leave the Master Page elements on the Default layer. 2 Click the New Layer button ( ) at the bottom of the Layers palette, type Art for Name, and click OK. Create the next layer using the Layers palette menu.
  18. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 127 Classroom in a Book 3 Choose New Layer from the Layers palette Placing and cropping a graphic menu, type Text for Name, and click OK. After dividing the front cover into quad- The stacking order of layers reflects their rants, you will place a photograph into each order in the palette: the bottom layer in the quadrant. The photographs were prepared palette is the bottom layer in the publica- in Adobe Photoshop by applying a single tion. Because the text in the booklet appears color to a grayscale TIFF image, and then on top of the images, you created the text sizing and saving each image in TIFF file for- layer as the top layer. mat at a resolution of 100 dpi. 1 From the horizontal ruler, drag to create a Hiding the display of master-page horizontal ruler guide at 14p3. From the elements vertical ruler, drag to create a vertical ruler You can display master-page elements on a guide at 14p2, dividing the booklet cover page-by-page basis. Because the design into quadrants. doesn’t use master-page elements on the As you learned in Lesson 1, you can move cover, you will deselect the display of the the zero point (the intersection of the hori- master-page elements for the cover. zontal and vertical rulers) to any location on 1 Click the page 1 icon to view the front the page. To make it a little easier to align the cover of the booklet. four photographs on the cover, you will move the zero point from the top-left corner Since master-page elements are automati- of the page until it is aligned with the center cally displayed on each page of the publica- of the page. Each image will have a corner tion, the first page of the publication is dis- touching the zero point, making it easy to played with all master-page elements found enter their precise location in the Control on the right master page. palette. You can easily hide master-page elements on a page. 2 Choose View > Display Master Items to deselect the option. The text and graphic elements that you cre- ated are not displayed, but the nonprinting guides (margin, column, and ruler) are not affected. If you were to print this page, none of the master-page elements would be printed.
  19. 128 LESSON 4 Jewelcase booklet 2 With the pointer tool selected, position be aligned with the edges of the page. When the pointer on the crosshair of the zero the booklet is complete, one of the prepress point, and drag it until the zero point is tasks will be to pull the crop rectangles out aligned with the intersection of the ruler again, to reestablish the bleeds. guides you just created. Watch the position Before you crop, you’ll position the images. in the Control palette; X should be 14p2, and Y should be 14p3. 6 In the Control palette, select the bottom 6 12 18 24 right reference point in the Proxy icon, type 0 for both X and Y, and press Enter or Return to align the bottom right corner of the pho- 6 tograph with the zero point. 12 Precision will be important when cropping these images for two reasons. You will copy 18 all the images on the cover and paste them onto the back cover. If cropped precisely to fit the page, they will be easier to position on 24 the back cover. In addition, in the final printing of this booklet, the binding edges of the pages will abut each other, rather than 3 Make sure the Art layer is the target layer. bleed. If not cropped carefully, an image If not, click to select it. could overlap the adjacent page in the signa- ture or not print all the way to the page fold. 4 Choose File > Place, and double-click the This is another example of the importance 04ArtA.tif file in the 04Lesson folder. of talking to your service provider before 5 With the loaded graphic icon displayed, you begin layout. click in the upper left quadrant of the page 7 If necessary, reselect the photograph. to place the photograph. Select the cropping tool ( ), and position Since the photographs extend to the edges of the tool over the top left graphic handle of the page, each photograph was sized to allow the photograph, making sure the graphic for a bleed to overlap the edges of the page. handle shows through the center of the For the sake of viewing the actual design of cropping tool. Hold down the mouse button the cover, you will crop each photograph to until the tool changes to a double-headed arrow.
  20. ADOBE PAGEMAKER 7.0 129 Classroom in a Book 8 With the mouse button still held down, 4 Select the cropping tool ( ), and posi- drag down and right to the top left corner of tion the tool over the top right graphic han- the page, and release the mouse button dle of the photograph, and drag down and when W in the Control palette is 14p2, and left to the top right corner of the page. Watch H is 14p3. the values in the Control palette; W should PageMaker crops the view of the be 14p2, and H should be 14p3. photograph. 5 Choose File > Place, and double-click the 04ArtC.tif file in the 04Lesson folder. Placing and cropping the three remaining graphics 6 With the loaded graphic icon displayed, click in the lower left quadrant of the page to As you place the three remaining photo- place the photograph. graphs on the cover, crop each one to be aligned with the edges of the page. 7 In the Control palette, select the top right reference point in the Proxy icon, type 0 for 1 Choose File > Place, and double-click the both X and Y, and press Enter or Return. 04ArtB.tif file in the 04Lesson folder. You will use the cropping tool in the Control 2 With the loaded graphic icon displayed, palette to crop the next two images. click in the upper right quadrant of the page to place the photograph. 8 Click the Cropping button ( ) in the Control palette. With the top right reference 3 In the Control palette, select the bottom point still selected, type 14p2 for W, and left reference point in the Proxy icon, type 0 14p3 for H, and click the Apply button ( ). for both X and Y, and press Enter or Return. 9 Choose File > Place, and double-click the 04ArtD.tif file in the 04Lesson folder.
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