Illustrator Symbols, Part 3

In this third video on working with Symbols in Adobe Illustrator CS5, AJ Wood shows how to move those Illustrator symbols into Photoshop and Flash.

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 CSS3 Support in Dreamweaver CS6

Adobe Evangelist Greg Rewis shows what’s new with CSS3 support in Dreamweaver CS6.

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.

Adobe Illustrator CS6 Sneak Peek: Pattern Creation

Adobe Illustrator CS6 will include an exciting new way to create seamless, repeating vector patterns in Illustrator CS6. Check out the video to learn more.

Adobe Illustrator CS6 Sneak Peek: Gradients on Strokes

Join Illustrator product manager Brenda Sutherland, as she shows how the new gradients on strokes feature in Illustrator CS6 lets you create artwork that looks complex but is easy to edit.

Gap Options in Illustrator CS5

AJ Wood talks about setting Gap Options when working with the live paint and the shape builder tools in Adobe Illustrator CS5.

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.

Creating Dashed Lines in Illustrator CS5

In Illustrator CS5, there are some new features in the stroke panel for creating dashed lines. Follow along with Jeff Witchel as he goes through options for setting up a dash pattern, creating rounded dashes, dotted dashes, and adding color to dashes and even the gaps in between the dash marks.

Creating Quick Captions in InDesign CS5

Learn how to use InDesign to create image captions automatically. In this video, the first example is a contact sheet where InDesign automatically creates captions based on the image file names. In another example, use InDesign to add captions to images in a newsletter using the image metadata.

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