By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, April 17, 2014
Regular InDesign users often build a bank of custom settings: workspaces, scripts, keyboard shortcuts, PDF presets, font sets, and even Find/Change queries. These settings are too valuable to lose in a crash and too important to leave behind if you move to a different computer.
InDesign CC has a cool feature called Sync Settings that allows you to automatically sync settings between multiple computers and users. But what about other versions of InDesign? In today’s episode of InDesign Secrets, Anne-Marie Concepción shares her trick for saving InDesign presets, workspaces, and custom shortcuts by hand. This technique is also a great way to share custom settings with a new member of your design team. Watch the free video to get started.
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