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- News: Upcoming Seminars and Webinars, InCopy CS4 Hands-On Guide
- Report from the Creative Suite Developer’s Summit, complete with interviews with some of your favorite InDesign plug-in developers!
- Moving pages from one layout to another: tips and tricks
- Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Line End
>> In-Tools has a special deal for InDesignSecrets fans: $20 off the price for either one of their InDesign plug-in bundles, InBook or InSefer, if you purchase from this special page on their site. The InBook Plug-in Pack is a suite of plug-ins that turn InDesign into an advanced automated pagination system for laying out books.The InSefer suite of plug-ins does the same for Hebrew publications. We talked about a few of the InBook plug-ins in the podcast, but the full list is here.
>> Adobe Systems continues to show their support for InDesign users via their sponsorship of the InDesignSecrets podcast and videocast, so thanks, Adobe! They’re trying to get the word out about how much time you can save if you move to the latest version of the Creative Suite, CS4. To see the Pfeiffer report we talked about in the podcast which documents the time savings (“CS4 Productivity for Design Professionals”), you can download the PDF here: https://tr.im/cs4time. It’s interesting reading!
InCopy CS4 Hands-on Guide (blog post with links)
Andreas Pfeiffer report on CS4 productivity gains
Check out the recorded sessions from the 2009 Creative Suite Developer’s Summit
Interviewed in the podcast: Mark Niemann-Ross (Adobe); Paul Chada (Recosoft); Lawrence Horwitz (Teacup Software); and Kris Coppietiers (Rorohiko)
DesignGeek story on the Adobe App Store
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