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023 Using layer comps in Photoshop files to show alternates in InDesign

023 Using layer comps in Photoshop files to show alternates in InDesign: InDesign Secrets
023 Using layer comps in Photoshop files to show alternates in InDesign: InDesign Secrets

Layer compositions are a Photoshop feature that take snapshots of your panel's current state. They record information like a layer's visibility, position, and style. Once you've created and saved these layer comps in Photoshop, you can import them into InDesign. In this video tutorial, you'll have the opportunity to learn about using layer comps in Photoshop files to show alternates in InDesign.

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