These are examples of my work in Adobe InDesign. It is understood that Adobe InDesign is the industry-standard when it comes to page-layout. When you have multiple pages or lots of text to deal with, InDesign is the way to go. One of its most useful and frequently used features is its ability to preflight your files to check for errors, and then its ability to neatly package the files. Similarly, Adobe InDesign's many options when exporting to PDF are extremely useful. I know how to work in layers (keeping black-plate-only changes on a specific layer), I know how to account for bleed and check my margins. I can also accomplish a data-merge from excel files for placement of specific data. There are many bells & whistles within the program, and I am always learning more about what it can do. I currently work in Adobe InDesign CC, but I have been using InDesign since version 2.0. I had previously used Adobe PageMaker 6.5 & 7, as well as Quark Xpress.