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But be careful. Although InDesign contains many familiar Photoshop and Illustrator features, don't be fooled into thinking it can actually replace those programs. If you are working with simple page layout projects, you may find you're able to do much of the design in InDesign alone, including adding some visual effects to type, graphics, and images. But most digital image manipulation will still have to be done in Photoshop, many complicated graphic elements will still have to be created in Illustrator, and you'll still need GoLive to make your project web-ready.

With that in mind, this section of the chapter takes an overall look at InDesign and how it can fit into your creative workflow.


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