By jeff witchel in InDesign,Tutorial,Video Tutorials
Thursday February 18, 2010
Jeff Witchel uses InDesign to lay out a direct mailer with custom crops and folds for a coupon.
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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.
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.)
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….
quite patronising how slow you talk… nevertheless, useful thank you
I was completely lost 2;00 minutes into tutorial.
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