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Free InDesignSecrets “tip of the day” Plug-in Released!

InDesignSecrets Plug-in Dialog Box

If you enjoy learning new InDesign tips and tricks, you’ll love the new InDesignSecrets plug-in, released today from InDesignSecrets and aextra Software. It offers a new tip each time you launch InDesign, and best of all: It’s free! You can download the plug-in from our Plug-ins and Scripts page.

History: Those of you old enough to remember the InTips plug-in that offered the same functionality probably also remember that Quark killed the plug-in when it bought ALAP. Fortunately, David Blatner gathered up his tips, added a bunch of new ones, and — with the help of aextra Software — has re-released the plug-in in a new form, like a phoenix rising from the ashes (or butterfly rising from the cocoon, or something like that).

We hope you like the plug-in. Let us know in comments below!

New (1/08): This plug-in is no longer available. However, there is a new “tip of the day” plug-in, from DTP Tools, which works with CS1, CS2, and CS3.

David Blatner

David Blatner

David Blatner is the co-founder of the Creative Publishing Network, InDesign Magazine, and the author or co-author of 15 books, including Real World InDesign. His InDesign videos at Lynda.com are among the most watched InDesign training in the world. You can find more about David at 63p.com.
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6 Comments on “Free InDesignSecrets “tip of the day” Plug-in Released!

  1. Does that mean something? Should I be offended? Impressed? Is this one more instance of my cultural ignorance? (Some may remember when Tim Cole embarassed me on stage a couple of years ago by pointing out that I had no idea that “J Lo” was the same person as “Jennifer Lopez.”)

  2. Hello!
    Thanks for hard work. I use this plugin when it was Alap plugin and still use it now. I’ve found small mistake in the tip “Style Editing” – sticky ‘onthe’ in the last sentence (InDesign CS Mac version).

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