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  • example adverts or templates

    im creating a magazine as part of my course work and using indesign. adverts within the magazine come in a range of sizes. what i need to do is "pad out" my magazine with some example adverts just for display purposes.

    is their anywhere i can get some FREE adverts in PDF or in indesign format to use as example/display adverts??

  • #2
    unless you can find them in magazine PDFs, i'd say no. you might just want to scan them, if you're just using it for school.
    Remember: Wherever you go, there you are.


    • #3
      ive called a feu big companies and talked to marketing departments and some have sent me PDFs of adverts they already run in papers etc


      • #4
        Can't beat a bit of free advertising ey

        How about looking up online advertising agencies and viewing their portfolios. Of course always ask them for permission before using.

        "May your hats fly as high as your dreams"Michael Scott


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