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In this series, David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción, co-hosts of the web's top resource for InDesign tips and tricks, InDesignSecrets.com, share some hidden and sometimes surprising workflow tips that will make working in InDesign more efficient and more fun. The course covers built-in timesaving features such as Quick Apply and auto-expanding text, but also little-known tricks, such as using the eyedropper to copy and paste character and paragraph text attributes and making accurate selections by selecting through or even into objects.
New techniques will be added to the collection every other week, so check back early and often. Find more tips and tricks at indesignsecrets.com.
David Blatner > Hi, I'm David Blatner. Anne-Marie Concepcion > And I'm Anne-Marie Concepcion. David > We're the cohorts of InDesignSecrets.com, the world's number one resource for InDesign users. We've been doing our InDesign Secrets podcast together via Skype for the past five years. Anne-Marie > It's a fun free podcast where we talk about all things InDesign. David > So our friends at lynda.com said hey, wouldn't it be cool to see those tips too, not just hear them? Anne-Marie > So you can have fun and be more productive in your work. David > We're going to show you some of our favorite InDesign tips and tricks. Anne-Marie > Like how to speed up your layout by copying text formatting from one place to another.
Working with Photoshop to get great effects in a fraction of the time. David > Making interactive elements like multistate buttons that they said couldn't be done. Plus much much more! Anne-Marie > lynda.com will release a couple each month. So keep checking back to see what new goodies we've cooked up for you!
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