This Week in InDesign Articles, Number 37
People use InDesign to set type in all directions: left to right, right to left, top-to-bottom, and even inside-to-outside (that’s used mostly for transcendental texts, of course). But however you set text and graphics, there’s always more to learn. Here’s some links that can help:
- If you speak Hebrew or are living in Israel, here’s a great Hebrew-language InDesign site you should know about. Feel free to post a link to your favorite non-English language InDesign site below.
- Many InDesign Magazine articles have been republished at creativepro.com and are available to anyone. There’s some excellent stuff here:
- How-To: Solve Layout Dilemmas with Tables
- Transparency: No Longer the Forbidden Fruit
- How-to: Take Object Styles Where They’ve Never Gone Before
- InDesign Tutorial: Preflight Files in CS4
- Whip up a few tasty treats using InDesign’s text wrap features
- Ten tips for creating an InDesign file that prints perfectly
- Analyze Images in InDesign Documents
- Making eBooks from InDesign, Part 1
- Making eBooks from InDesign, Part 2
- ?If you missed the comment on the forums about it, check out this interesting font manager, built as a panel inside InDesign CS5.
- Want to know more about the new (and great) MultiFindChange add-on? Check out this little movie made by IDS contributor Cari Jansen.
- This was an amusing tweet image by contributor Mike Rankin about eBooks and InDesign.
- Do you use Acrobat Portfolios? If not, why not? Here are some free customized portfolio templates you can use.
- If you have ever wanted to learn more about resolution, you should watch this great videocast by the excellent Mike McHugh.
- If you’re using CS5, or you’re thinking about upgrading, check out this short “5 hidden gems” movie by Brian Wood.
- Do you use WordPress? Here’s a new program (in beta) for moving wordpress content to InDesign!
- How is InDesign Magazine made? Listen to editor-in-chief Terri Stone talk to Deke McClelland and Colleen Wheeler on the Martini Hour.
- Print is far from dead! Learn more about print and printing press problems.