18476 readersListen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-153.mp3 (16.9 MB, 30:27 minutes) See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode.. Tables Tables Tables! Answers to: Table styles with column widths? Find (and change) tables with Find/Change? Merge two tables into one, easily? Fill table cells with placeholder text? Insert consecutive numbers in a column? Make a cell show the sum of its column or
2451 readersLook in the Swatches panels of InDesign and Illustrator, and the Colors list in QuarkXPress, and you’ll see a mystery color named “Registration.” It’s intended for page information, registration marks, and trim marks. When we used to output film and strip it up on light tables, we used registration marks to ensure that all the
650 readersAt the On Demand show I was asked a question on a panel that demonstrates the danger of paying too much attention to a market research sound bite and not enough attention to your own customers....
2260 readersPaying attention to the fine points of typography pays big dividends in logo design.read more
829 readers Asking for charitable donations can be a fine line in 2012. Not so much because of the economics of the day, but because people are paying closer attention to the details. Designers get to know their intended audience and are conscious of the fact that an invitation to a potential benefactor must grab that person’s attention
7382 readersPosted in InDesignThere's no need to expand a text frame in your InDesign document to see the overset text. Here's a quick way to view the overset text, and edit it if you wish. Related posts: How to balance text in multiple columns in your InDesign document InDesign text frame options keyboard shortcuts Stop InDesign from converting graphic frames
669 readersI HATE SHOPPING! I admit it. Now, that might not be too surprising for your average 51-year-old, white American male, but my job is supposed to include paying attention to new packaging...
86 readersIn this video tutorial you will learn how to create a list of figures & tables using the table of contents (TOC) function of InDesign CS5. To make this work, you have to use dedicated paragraph styles for your Figures and tables! If you want to follow along, download the sample document from my Webiste:
1292 readersActive Tables plug-in enables users to perform calculations and sorting operations in text and tables in InDesign documents.
2721 readersDTP Tool's Active Tables app, now in public beta, lets you sort tables and create formulas without leaving the familiar confines of InDesign. read more
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