InDesignSecrets Podcast 208

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In this episode:

  • News from the land of InDesign
  • Spring-loaded shortcuts
    • When they save time and not
    • Other obscure “dynamic” shortcuts
  • Interview with Chad Chelius, new Editor-in-Chief of InCopySecrets.com
  • Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Indic Preferences Script

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One Comment on “InDesignSecrets Podcast 208

  1. David’s comments about T-key, got me thinking about other keystrokes you might enjoy talking about:

    L-key (for Elke Sommer)

    E-key (for when something is gross)

    P-key (when climbing a mountain)

    O-key (dokey)

    Y-key (key in Hawaii)

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