Issue 39

December, 2010/January 2011

Drop 20 Pounds with InDesign

David Blatner and Mike Rankin show you how easy a crash diet can be for your InDesign files.

Get Your Composition Cookin’!

Timothy Samara stirs up some darn fine recipes for pagelayout goodness.

InStep: Master the Ken Burns Effect

With Rufus Deuchler’s help, you can create a popular animation effect in InDesign.

InType: The Drama of Drop Caps

Nigel French surveys six kinds of drop caps and tells you how to create and fine-tune them.

InStep: Track Changes

Whether your team uses InDesign, InCopy, or both, Pariah Burke will help you keep track of changes and comments.

InQuestion: Answers to Your Question

Sandee Cohen helps you click buttons to show and hide fields; sync parts of a book; and keep table text together.

InTime: Reflow Text the Smart Way

When text reflows in one of your projects, do you have to manually add or remove pages? Pariah Burke has a better way.

InReview: In-Tools’ Power Headers

Jamie McKee reviews a text variable plug-in that’s well-suited for streamlining workflows

InReview: AlbumsInDesign

Claudia McCue says this product, originally designed for photographers creating albums to print, is useful for many users.

InBrief: New & Improved Products

Jeff Gamet rounds up goodies for your office or studio, and script fonts that both fit in with the holidays and work well any time of year.


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