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How to customise
Generally you simply need to drag and drop your images into the placeholders (the large background boxes with an X in them). Then you can use the right click menu and fit content to frame options to quickly fit the image to the box.
Drag and drop your own images. For the demo I used some from Photodune as follows:Lushgrass http://photodune.net/item/lush-grass/551787?ref=d2tstudio Businesscouple http://photodune.net/item/two-businesspeople-sitting-in-office-lobby-smiling/341077?ref=d2tstudio Adventure http://photodune.net/item/adventure/361549?ref=d2tstudio Beautiful Girl http://photodune.net/item/beautiful-young-girl/246655?ref=d2tstudio Male http://photodune.net/item/handsome-african-american-male/256882?ref=d2tstudio Pensive Woman http://photodune.net/item/pensive-woman-biting-lips/273345?ref=d2tstudio Plus Size Blond http://photodune.net/item/beautiful-plus-size-woman/519928?ref=d2tstudio Red Woman http://photodune.net/item/woman-with-exasperated-expression/422889?ref=d2tstudio Woman Covering Face http://photodune.net/item/woman-covering-face-with-hat/273350?ref=d2tstudio
I’ve included a palette, simply select the object, choose stroke or fill (or text) and then the colour you want. Or mix your own, of course.
I’ve created a base style sheet. Open the Window panel Character and Paragraph Styles to use and modify them.Fonts
I made this in Indesign CS5. There is no special magic but backward compatibility depends on Adobe supports that.
The logo I made myself, you can use it, it’s included.