Monthly Archives: May 2015

Podcast 222

ITUNES RSS FEED DOWNLOAD In this episode: News: PePcon session recordings (woohoo!) and sponsors of note Kevin Callahan is the new EIC at InDesign Conference and PSDcon taking registrations Changing Case: Tips, scripts, GREP, plug-ins Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Spread Flattening News and special offers from our sponsors: >> ID-Extras has a cool range of InDesign add-ons […]

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Text Editing Efficiencies – Part 2

Last week in part 1, I discussed the benefits of using the keyboard when working with text in InCopy. I focused mostly on navigating through text stories in InCopy quickly using a variety of useful keyboard shortcuts. This week I’d like to expand on those efficiencies by providing some useful keyboard shortcuts for selecting text […]

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Digital Juice Launches Lifetime Membership Subscription Service

Press Release Lake Mary, FL, May 29, 2015 – Today, Digital Juice announced the official opening of its much anticipated royalty-free creative content subscription service. This service gives filmmakers, motion graphics artists and graphic designers access to download anything in its huge library — absolutely free! Members have unprecedented access to the the world’s largest […]

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Free Video: Managing Content in Multistate Objects

Curious about what it takes to publish a project with Adobe DPS? One great resource is Bob Levine’s course, Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Essential Training. The course was recently updated with new movies on 2015 updates, plus new details on building apps, HTML animation effects, and more. There’s also a free movie with some […]

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Understanding Liquid Layouts – Part Four

Editor’s Note: This article is part of a 4-part series on using Alternate Layouts and Liquid Page Rules. Read the other articles here: Part One Part Two Part Three Well, my little chickadees, this week I’ll be covering the last of InDesign’s Liquid Layout Rules: Guide-based. This rule is a bit contradictory in that in theory […]

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This Week in InDesign Articles, Number 133

I’ve been sitting in a dark soundproof booth recently, recording videos for (which is now a part of LinkedIn!) and getting into some nitty-gritty of InDesign features. If you’ve been looking at InDesign too much recently, it’s time to take a break: Look at stuff about InDesign instead! If you use Word and InDesign, […]

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