138 readersInDesign allows you to create custom stroke styles. If you’re tasteful, you can create interesting dashed effects or multiple-stripe borders. If you’re willing to be tacky, you can use some of InDesign’s hidden Easter eggs to take it even farther. To get started, choose Stroke Styles from the Stroke panel menu (or the Control Panel menu).
1159 readersWe’ll also show you how you can use Buzzword to collaborate between different documents.
1069 readersThis article/tutorial is the fourth in the series. In this chapter of the Getting To Grips series we will be covering the following topics: Adding new colors to the Swatches panel Applying colors to objects Creating strokes Creating and applying gradients to objects Creating a spot color Printing Requirements I’m not going to go over
1578 readersThis article/tutorial is the fifth in the series. In this part of the Getting To Grips Series we will be covering the following topics: Creating Paragraph Styles Applying Paragraph Styles Creating Character Styles Applying Character Styles Nesting Character Styles within Paragraph Styles Creating Object Styles Applying Object Styles If you like this article, please do
4118 readers If you already have some experience working in Adobe Illustrator, then you probably already have some settings that are often used in daily work. It may be colors, symbols, sets of brushes, graphic styles and path settings. There is no need to add all these resources to each document; you can simply create a template
18918 readersIn Macworld UK, Michael Burns wrote helpful decriptions of 18 of the new features in QuarkXPress 9. Their editors have graciously allowed us to publish a few, including the one below. Be sure to catch all of them in “QuarkXPress 9 Expert Tips” here. ———————— Bullets, numbering, and outline lists Instead of manually inserting bullets
5087 readersSometimes we discover things by accident, even if they have been staring us right in the face all along. In following my many Twitter friends, I noticed a tweet by Tim Gouder (InDesign User Group, Köln, Germany) in which he mentions using InDesign CS5′s new Gap tool as a measuring tool. He wrote a short
5913 readers In this article I’ll tell you how to reconfigure the Dynamic Sketch Tool for easier work. We will learn about all the options for this tool and talk about all the effects they have. To open the Dynamic Sketch Preferences window, double-click on the tool’s toolbox icon or press Enter when already in the tool. Alternatively,
5693 readers In this article I’ll tell you how to reconfigure the Dynamic Sketch Tool for easier work. We will learn about all the options for this tool and talk about all the effects they have. To open the Dynamic Sketch Preferences window, double-click on the tool’s toolbox icon or press Enter when already in the tool. Alternatively,
2444 readersI’m a huge fan of keyboard shortcuts, particularly in Adobe apps like Photoshop and InDesign. They not only save time, but they tend to not interrupt your creative ‘flow’ while you’re working once you get used to using them on a regular basis. Here are a few simple ones to work with the Fill &
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