InDesign is a professional publishing application with a steep learning curve. If you only want to produce a few copies of your book, you'll probably be better sticking with MSWord.
If you do want to dip your toe into InDesign and try it out, there's a 30 day free trial available from Adobe and and if subsequently you want a subscription, there's a special price for students.
You will need though to undertake some training, here's some useful training links:
in in addition you can get helpful advice from users of this forum.
totally agree with you I know that it is a fantastic application. I'm IT and I know Dreamweaver and Fireworks from the past. Great software. But in oder to deep my knowledge I would like to start with e.g. a good think just like my Deplomawork.
At the end is must lust like this and I'm sure that InDesign ist just right for that. I'm also sure that for the final printing I must take care of 100drets of things regarding the formatting or the documents. And here my quistions start. At the end it should look just similar to something like that (fotos below).
Could you guide me a little?
You're asking a rather sweeping question. This forum is best for specific questions. All the things you appear to want for your book can be done in InDesign.
The best thing would be for you to try using it with some simple practice documents. Having got your free 30 day InDesign trial you could use David Blatner's getting started online tutorial on Lynda.com: Watch the Online Video Course Getting Started with InDesign - I believe there's even a free trial available for these tutorials as well.
Having tried it, if you find you like using InDesign you can learn the more in-depth things, like setting styles, master pages and creating contents. It's just a matter of putting the time In and practicing. All this can be learnt from the books, online tutorials etc that I mentioned in my previous post. It's best to learn how to do things the proper way. It's a bit like learning a musical instrument!
Thanks Derek for your appreciated feedback - I will try to pick up some skills.
take care and best regards