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This Month in InDesign Articles, October 2018

It’s interesting to me that the fall (or spring, in the southern hemisphere) is the beginning of the new year for students, teachers, and the Jewish people. A sense of learning and new options is in the air! And a new version of InDesign (and other Create Cloud apps) is about to drop in our laps… time to take a deep breath and dive in!


David Blatner

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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 are among the most watched InDesign training in the world. You can find more about David at
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7 Comments on “This Month in InDesign Articles, October 2018

  1. Regarding the updating of comment function in Acrobat – it would seem they didn’t really survey what users would want. Made the “checking” of a comment much less intuitive and more steps. For people who use Acrobat & Indesign in a production environment, this amount to a lot of wasted time. Adding to the fact that “filtering” doesn’t seem to live update further frustrates the process. Funny that they are touting this as an improvement…

    • @David,

      That’s a great suggestion!

      I’d suggest that you make this suggestion on the InDesign UserVoice website AFTER the new version release. That way it will be seen and tracked by the product managers and engineers and everyone can vote on it.

  2. “Did you see that Adobe is canceling the ACI (Adobe Certified Instructor) and Certified Training Center programs?”

    Wow… I mean…Wow!

  3. Is Adobe going to cancel the InDesign CC 2015 ACE exam? Or, is it going to be updated to include InDesign CC 2018? Any info on this would be greatly appreciated.

  4. …and…this just in. I just received an email from Adobe that said “Yesterday, Adobe sent a notification to all Adobe Certified Instructors and Adobe Authorized Training Centers informing them of the termination of the Adobe Training Provider Program. First, we apologize for any disruption and confusion this has caused. Adobe is not terminating the Adobe Training Provider Program. The October 8, 2018 communication about program changes should be disregarded, and the program will continue without interruption.”

    I have no idea what is going on, or what is behind this, but apparently it is business as usual. Strange.

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