3 Desktop Publishing Tutors Found Near St. Joseph, MO

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Greg S.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Lincoln, NE 68516

Will travel 40 miles

$65 per hour.

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Greg S. - Art Director/Designer/Illustrator/Artist

I've worked on Macintoshes since 1990, and I know my way around Windows as well. I've taught classes on both platforms and have worked in staff design positions using both platforms. The first programs I started learning on a tiny Mac SE were Pagemaker 1 and Photoshop 1. Today, in 2012, I'm an expert with Adobe's Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, AcrobatPro), and an expert with QuarkXPress as well. I'm proficient in other graphic design/layout related applications such as Microsoft Office, ArtText, Suitcase Fusion, etc. From simple business cards, to postcards, brochures, ma [more]

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Therese M.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Ashland, NE 68003

Will travel 35 miles

$65 per hour.

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Software & Business Skills Trainer

I am qualified to teach Desktop Publishing because I have been using InDesign, Quark, and other brands of desktop publishing software to the advanced level. I keep current with all updates and I currently teach InDesign and Quark to corporate clients several times per month. I teach using hand-on labs in which students create usable documents that they can then export for print or digital distribution. I am an innovative trainer and facilitator with over 18 years? experience teaching a wide range of software and professional skills. An effective communicator with a truly interactive training [more]

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Jessica S.

Desktop Publishing Tutor

Springfield, MO 65804

Will travel 5 miles

$45 per hour.

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Highly Effective Teacher Seeks to Create Life-Long Learners

I hold a B.S. in Special Education and have taught students of all ages how to create MS Word documents, PowerPoint presentations, basic web sites, upload/insert photos from a camera (or other device, such as a PC, email file, etc), link to online videos, etc. "The trouble with Meg and math," Mrs. Murry said briskly, "is that Meg and her father used to play with numbers and Meg learned far too many shortcuts. So when they want her to do problems the long way at school she gets sullen and stubborn and sets up a fine mental block for herself." -A Wrinkle in Time Different is never less. Diffe [more]