This Month in InDesign Articles, February 2018
It’s time for another round up of great InDesign articles from all around the Web. Enjoy!
- Adobe hasn’t released a fully updated InDesign manual for a while… but here’s a new one as a downloadable PDF!
- Want to move your content out of InDesign and onto the Web? There are several ways to do it… for example, Chris Converse shows how to tag your text and objects so that they’ll export well.
- Colin Flashman has been working on a new calendar script, but it’s not done yet… in the meantime, he does offer a new free script that helps you create calendar “page planners” (read to the end to see link).
- Do you speak Japanese? If so, you should watch this new title at LinkedIn Learning about setting vertical type in the CJK version of InDesign.
- Adobe is 35 years old! Favorite line from that interview: “We’re witnessing a sea change in how consumers are interacting with companies. They want to buy experiences, not just products.”
- Need to import MathML into InDesgin? Scand has a MathML importer now. (I’m not sure how it compares with MathTools from movemen.)
- If you’re having trouble (like crashing) when you try to save to a network drive, look at this little patch Adobe released.
- Like fonts and type? You need to subscribe to the new TYPE magazine!
- Want to learn more about making multi-document books with InDesign? Check out this great tutorial from Alain Paradis.
- Sappi paper has always put an emphasis on education, which I appreciate. They have a new site called “Sappi Pops” which is fun to browse through.
- Are you developing templates or other InDesign add-ons? A new Adobe Exchange is coming!
- Want to make your own planner? Here’s a fun, upbeat video tutorial.
- Do you want to make sure you (or your team) can’t export a PDF unless the Preflight panel is clear (no errors)? You gotta’ see this “by request only” script Colin wrote!