When I launched InDesign CS4 for the first time, it took all of about ten seconds to see that I was going to like what I found. After a few hours of using it, my suspicions were confirmed. Every release of InDesign has brought new and improved features and speed bumps, but none have brought more than Adobe’s latest offering of its flagship page layout application.
Now it’s possible. Now it’s easy and fun. In this simple tutorial you will learn how to use improved bullets and numbering InDesign’s feature to get numbers on your tickets. Our goal will be to create 1000 tickets, numbered from number 1 to 1000. Of course, you are not limited to this number. You can create as many as your like.
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While you are working in InDesign it's essential to know how to pick color from image you just placed because of need to experiment with objects colors surrounding placed image. First of all the solution must be quick and easy. Here is how you can do it.
InDesign’s table options gives you ability to change many settings when you need to work with tables. First of all this tutorial is based on using InDesign CS2. I am hoping these tips will work in earlier versions too.