Building a Template for Tabbed Documents in InDesign
My work is niche: I create captain’s manuals for custom yachts, which are delivered in binders with tab dividers marking many sections of complex technical material (Figure 1). Whatever niche your InDesign work fills, you might have a similar need to deliver custom tab sets occasionally—or regularly. In this article, I’ll show you how I do it by building a template that leverages some of InDesign’s most powerful long-document features. I’ll also discuss the sometimes-harsh realities of getting tabs printed, so you’ll know everything involved in this kind of project.. . . .
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