By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, October 03, 2013
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Powerful as it is, Adobe InDesign does have its flaws. For one, if you package a document that has linked content on its pasteboard, such as images or text, that linked content won’t get added to the final output folder. This means if you’re handing off content to a collaborator or a printer, they’re going to be missing important files. Luckily, there’s a fix. Find out how to solve this InDesign quirk in today’s free episode of InDesign Secrets. (Hint: It involves “slugs.”) Watch the free video below to learn more, and check back next week for more InDesign Secrets.
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