InDesignSecrets Podcast 160
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- News: Anne-Marie’s Las Vegas recap, Podcast survey results, Goodie boxes
- Interview with Josh Nguni, Namibia’s InDesign User Group leader
- Adobe’s Creative Cloud: A brief overview and discussion
- Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: Objects Move with Page
News and special offers from our sponsors:
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>> Recosoft makes PDF2ID (converts PDFs to editable InDesign files) and ID2Office (converts InDesign files to editable Word or Powerpoint files). They also just announced PDF2ID Enterprise, which batch converts PDFs to InDesign and/or to the IDML format; just the ticket for automating workflows. Check them out!