By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, October 16, 2014
Footnotes transition easily to the EPUB format and now, with InDesign CC, you can make your footnotes stand out—or pop out—even more.
Learn how to transform regular footnotes into pop-ups using the EPUB Export Options dialog, in this short, fun, and free episode of InDesign Secrets.
By David Blatner | Thursday, October 09, 2014
Wouldn’t you love to be able to apply currency symbols in InDesign without having to type them or locate them in the font menu?
You can. The trick lies in an unlikely place: bullets.
And I’ll show you how in this week’s InDesign Secrets.
By Justin Seeley | Monday, October 06, 2014
The Adobe MAX 2014 conference is in full swing this week in Los Angeles, and in Monday morning’s keynote Adobe unveiled a whole new suite of mobile apps alongside updates to existing Creative Cloud desktop apps.
Let’s examine some of the bigger new features, and show you how they’ll impact your digital workflow.
By Scott Fegette | Monday, October 06, 2014
At the MAX conference in Los Angeles, this morning, Adobe announced a huge update to its popular design apps—and we’ve already got training so you can hit the ground running with the new features and shared workflows in Creative Cloud desktop apps.
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, October 02, 2014
Creating your headers and footers at the master page level? It’s a good first step to keeping repeating elements like these consistent, when working with long documents in InDesign.
But have you made sure your header and footer content is legible on every page? Small details like page numbers can be easily obscured by images and background colors.
In this episode of InDesign Secrets, I show you two quick tricks to keep your master page content visible on every page.
By David Blatner | Thursday, September 25, 2014
This week’s free InDesign Secrets tip is about indexing in InDesign—but it’s really about solving another common design need: a custom table of contents.
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, September 18, 2014
One of the most common problems designers find in InDesign layouts they receive is inconsistent text styling.
For every type of formatting in your documents, there should be a corresponding paragraph or character styles. Unfortunately, many times editors will simply override the style and apply italics, emphasis, or some other formatting locally. But when you open the Character Styles panel, those little “Override” pluses are the last thing you want to see.
Luckily, there are two ways to find and fix local formatting—even in an extremely long document—in InDesign.
By Anne-Marie Concepción | Thursday, September 04, 2014
Color consistency across related InDesign documents—like, say, a media packet for a client—is critically important.
But how do you get the colors you’re using in one document over to another?The secret (the InDesign Secret!) lies in swatches.
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