Object Styles in InDesign are used to package a set of options for an object. Things like the stroke, the fill, the text wrap, and other things that we can apply to an individual frame. Styles are great, because they allow us to apply the same style over and over again, which gives us consistency…. Read more »
The request to learn how to do InDesign book and manuscript tasks is on the increase in our workshops. The reason is, more and more scientific publications ask their authors to have copy-ready papers, and InDesign is so much more cooperative than Word when designing columns with graphics. InDesign DOES have a footnote feature, and… Read more »
The utility of multiple artboards might not be obvious to all Illustrator users. However, the power of this feature is undeniable to experienced users. See why this new feature will make so much difference in this video from Layers Magazine: Multiple Artboards in Illustrator
Trying to import a Photoshop file containing a subject with a transparent background into InDesign or Illustrator can be frustrating. You need to extract the subject from an image and place it into an InDesign or Quark XPress document, like this: In your page layout program, it might appear that you have done all… Read more »
To the uininitiated, creating a newsletter from scratch in Adobe InDesign may be a daunting task. However, using one of Adobe’s predesigned templates makes it an easy task. Here, we’ll show you how you can create your own newsletter with an InDesign template.
With the announcement that IU had acquired free Adobe software for all of it’s employees and students, your first thought was probably “How do I get it?” Now that we’ve all had a couple of months to get the software downloaded and installed, you’re likely thinking now: “What do I do with all of this… Read more »