Setting application and document preferences


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Setting application and document preferences

The more that you customize InDesign to the way that you work, the more efficient you're going to be. It's a simple law of nature. Now the primary way to customize InDesign is through the Preferences dialog box. In Windows, you get to the Preferences dialog box under the Edit menu. But here on the Mac, we find it under the InDesign menu. There it is, the Preferences submenu, and it looks there's a lot of different Preferences features, but, actually they all go to the same place. If you press Command+K on the Mac or Ctrl+K on Windows or choose any of these items, they all take you to the Preferences dialog box.

Each of those menu items is simply a shortcut to a different pane inside the Preferences dialog box. Now I'm not going to cover all of these things. It would just take way too long and there's probably a hundred of features in here, but I will point out that there are two different kinds of preferences. There are Document Preferences and Application Preferences....

Setting application and document preferences
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Setting application and document preferences provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS5 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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