New Contest! The Mystery of the Fickle Folio
Hey folks, it’s time for another InDesign mystery that you can solve for a chance to win an awesome prize!
Here’s the scenario:
You’re managing a project where you send out article layout templates to freelance designers. The designers are responsible for designing the layout of their articles and flowing the text. You send them a template, and receive their finished InDesign files and assemble those in a Book file for output.
During proofing, you discover that the page numbers are in the wrong font for one of the articles.
They’re still formatted with the same style that you set up before you sent the file to the designer.
The style definition is the same and there are no overrides.
And the designer says he never edited the page number style.
Everything else is OK.
Why are the page numbers in this chapter in the wrong font?
This month’s prize is 3 months access to videos of any 2 days of CreativePro Week 2017.
The winner will be chosen at random from all the correct answers I receive before July 20, 2017
Enter now by emailing your solution to mike at indesignsecrets.com
Note: Comments are closed on this post so no one gives away the answer. Good luck!