University of New Hampshire (Spanish - Education)
I have more than 20 years’ experience in template creation, formatting, production, and editing skills using Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. The scope of my production and project management ranges from editing Spanish textbooks, developing brand and corporate ID materials, managing a creative services team of an internal production department, and coordinating the production of proposals in response to Government RFPs.
I love desktop publishing and formatting in any application. It's tedious to most people, but I love the details and tenacity it takes to complete the job. There are tons of tricks and tips to facilitate (and even make fun) the process of formatting and laying out documents/designs.
I am a grammar nut--it's impossible for me to read a book or magazine without a red pen! I take great pleasure in the task of clarifying complex content so that the average reader will understand. My motto is usually, less is more and there's always another for it to be said. In fact, I carry a thesaurus in my bag.
I have more than 25 years experience in Desktop Publishing, graphic support, template, and design in Adobe Creative Suite (6.0) and MSWord.
I've been loving word processing since I was a teenager and got my first job as a typesetter for romance novels and student mathbooks. Moved on to Spanish textbooks and then the marketing department of a research company. Marketing, formatting, and layout is everywhere. It's an absolute necessity to have some type of word processing skill in today's marketplace. It's not rocket science and there are so many tricks to making what seems like a complicated format become an easy template in just a few key strokes. The resources for creating and producing quality documents are endless. Let me show you. I have more than 20 years’ experience in template creation, formatting, production, and editing skills using Adobe Creative Suite and Microsoft Office. The scope of my production and project management ranges
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