Jeff Witchel uses InDesign to lay out a direct mailer with custom crops and folds for a coupon.

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  1. Tom (Reply) on Thursday February 18, 2010

    Thanks, Jeff, for showing the usage of the reference point! My flip horizontals/verticals were ending up all over the page and could never figure out why. Now I know! Keep up the good work.

  2. Jeff Witchel (Reply) on Thursday February 18, 2010

    Hi Tom,

    Years ago when I first switched to InDesign from Quark, the Reference Point was the first feature I uncovered that I was really excited about.


    I could makes Transformation from any of an object’s bounding box points. Before this everything was done ONLY from the upper-left corner. (Not very efficient.)



  3. direct mailer…

    On Tuesday I read your Cropped Mailer in Adobe InDesign | Free Adobe InDesign … site ,giving me a good experience of all the information and news at your direct mailer site….

  4. (Reply) on Thursday February 18, 2010

    quite patronising how slow you talk… nevertheless, useful thank you

  5. JIMMY (Reply) on Thursday February 18, 2010

    I was completely lost 2;00 minutes into tutorial.

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