Anne-Marie Concepción |
Thursday, October 31, 2013
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What’s the easiest way to navigate long documents? You can use the Pages panel, but in layouts with more than 20 or so spreads, you’re doing a lot of scrolling. The Go to Page command isn’t much of a shortcut, either. In this week’s free InDesign Secrets video, Anne-Marie Concepción offers not one but three unexpected alternatives.
The first? Use InDesign’s bookmarks. It’s not what the feature was designed for (creating links in a PDF export), but once you create them and open the Bookmarks panel, you have a creative way to zip around your document.
Watch the video below to learn how to create bookmarks and—even better—build them automatically with a “fake” table of contents. Plus learn two more ways to navigate your long documents, with articles and page labels.
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