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139 Faking bold and italic when the font family doesn’t have one

139 Faking bold and italic when the font family doesn’t have one: InDesign Secrets
139 Faking bold and italic when the font family doesn’t have one: InDesign Secrets

It may come as a surprise to some, but as designers continue working on their projects they realize that not all font families have bold or italic options. Luckily, InDesign allows you to "cheat" by faking bold and italics. This tutorial will show you how faking bold and italic when the font family doesn't have one will still give you the look that you want without the frustration of having to find another perfect font.

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