Scripting for Non-Scripters in Adobe InDesign

Without writing a single line of code, you can take advantage of some amazing time-saving scripts that come built-in with InDesign.

Using Illustrator Gradients in Adobe InDesign

Learn how to bring in any custom Adobe Illustrator swatches and gradients for use in InDesign.

Creating Interactive PDF Forms in InDesign CS6

Use InDesign to create interactive PDF forms. In this video, Jeff Witchel shows viewers how to create text boxes, radio buttons, drop down lists, and action buttons to print and email the completed form.

Using Liquid Layout in InDesign CS6

Jeff Witchel walks viewers through the new Liquid Layout function in InDesign CS6. In this example, he uses the new feature to re-scale a print ad.

Keys to Alignment in InDesign CS6

Jeff Witchel goes through the alignment features in InDesign CS6, starting with the basics and moving on to new features like the ability to align selected objects to a key object.

Dot-Dash Stroke in InDesign CS6

Jeff Witchel shows viewers how to use the stroke palette options in InDesign to create an alternating dot-dash stroke. Remember, if something works in Illustrator, it’s worth trying it in InDesign to see if it works there too.

Using Story Editor in InDesign CS5

InDesign’s Story Editor is a useful tool for editing text copy directly without the page design getting in the way. Use Story Editor to open your text copy in a separate window where the text flows in an easy-to-read, linear view.

10 Tips for InDesign CS5

Here are 10 tips for beginning InDesign users. They include tips on changing measurement units, showing frame edges, placing content, preview mode, turning frames into grids, showing the tool hints panel, and more.

New Liquid Layout and Alternate Layout Features in InDesign CS6

In this video, Adobe Design Evangelist Terry White shows how to use the new Liquid Layout and Alternate Layout in InDesign CS6.

Quickly Unlocking Options in InDesign

Using a combination of keyboard shortcuts, Jeff Witchel shows how to quickly access options for some of InDesign’s popular tools.

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