Produced by Adobe Systems Incorporated, Adobe InDesign is a desktop publishing (DTP) software application. It is used in the creation of works such as books, flyers, newspapers, magazines, posters, and brochures. You can use InDesign and Adobe Digital Publishing Suite (DPS) together to publish suitable content for tablet devices. The primary users of InDesign are Graphic designers and production artists who create posters and lay out periodical publications and print media. InDesign also supports export to SWF and EPUB formats for the creation of digital publication like digital magazines and e-books such as content appropriate for consumption on tablet computers. Furthermore, InDesign supports style sheets, XML, and other coding mark-up, making it fitting for exporting tagged text content that will be used in other online and digital formats.
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This short book only gives the history of InDesign. Most of the book is of the form "The next development effort was code-named 'FOOBAR' and was released two years later as InDesign 2.3.5." Interesting, perhaps to a software historian, but of no value at all to a user of InDesign.