Looking for Adobe InDesign tutorials? Adobe, Adobe TV, Layers Magazine, and CreativePro.com are some of best places to find all kinds of in-depth tutorials and how-to articles and videos on using Adobe InDesign. They aren't the only sources of great tutorials. Check out vector tuts+, Computer Arts, and several other sites as well. Get right to the tutorials you need. You'll find basics as well as more advanced topics. Some sites categorize their tutorials while you may have to use the search function at others to find specific topics of interest. And the first few links go to the tutorials right here on About.com Desktop Publishing.
These videos produced for About.com by various InDesign experts focus on basic tools such as eyedropper, free transform, pen tool, color palettes, and more.
From About.com and others, these text-based, illustrated tutorials show you what the various InDesign tools do and how best to use them. Also learn how to work with Text Effects and Shapes for vector drawing. Unless otherwise specified, these tools are common to most versions of Adobe InDesign from CS2 to present although their appearance and placement may be different depending on the version you are using.
Covering the basics for beginners, these videos by InDesign experts introduce master pages, page numbers, guides, and how to set up simple documents including business cards and photo albums.
This list compiles text-based and video tutorials from a variety of sources (including About.com and other sites listed below). Each of these tutorials show how to use InDesign for specific types of documents such as ads, letterhead, magazines, or photo albums.
Layers Magazine: InDesign
Browse through tips, illustrated tutorials, and videos on a variety of basic and advanced techniques for using Adobe InDesign.
Computer Arts: InDesign
While a lot of tutorials are for Illustrator and Photoshop, there are some excellent InDesign tutorials in the mix. You'll find coverage for InDesign 2 all the way up to current versions.
vector tuts+: InDesign
While Illustrator tutorials dominate, there are plenty of excellent InDesign tutorials for beginner and intermediate levels found here. The tutorials are (mostly) free but a Premium account gets you access to the source files for all the tutorials.
You'll find reviews, news, and how-tos on Adobe InDesign here. Use the Search button to zero on specific InDesign topics.
lynda.com: InDesign video courses
You'll need to become a member to access all the InDesign video tutorials but there are also quite a few you can view for free. Anne-Marie Concepcion, David Blatner, Deke McClelland, and Nigel French are some of the most prolific InDesign video authors you'll find here.
Listen and learn with podcasts from Anne-Marie Concepcion.