Scott visits the set of Layers TV to share some Adobe InDesign tips and tricks.

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  1. David (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Excellent!

  2. Sugar (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Great tips! These will save a lot of time and increase productivity.

  3. nina (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Great tips! Thank you!

  4. Don Yount (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Thanx for keeping my love for creative imagery peeked.

  5. moresque (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Excellent! Excellent!
    Great tips

  6. Jenbugo (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Thanks!!! Keep them coming. LOVE IT!

  7. elias (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    niiiicccce.

  8. Kathy (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Saved me lots of time,,thanks!!!

  9. AMJAD (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Excellent! Excellent!

  10. Mary (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    These guys are GR-R-R-REAT!

  11. tasha (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Nothing is to menial!!! This sort of tips are ‘gr8′for beginners or as refreshers for the intermediate and advanced

  12. sachin verma (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Great!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  13. Afolabi (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Scott/RC Great tips as usual.

  14. Charles Reid (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Outstanding time saving Tips

  15. Ahmed (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Well done guys … keep up the good work

  16. Konrad (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    thank for tips!

    Does anybody know how to change size of pasteboard??
    I found only option to change V offset of it but actually I’m interested in H size…

  17. mercurymind (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Know where can I find the pdf of these tips?
    In response to Konrad’s query about changing the size of the pasteboard: go to Edit> Preferences> Guides and Pasteboard. Near the bottom is “pasteboard options”. Change offset to whatever you like (the H is always quite large – it’s the V you want to increase).

  18. sethumadhavan vk (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Outstanding,I learn a lot from this
    thanks, Scott kelby

  19. lawrence (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    thanks. it helps

  20. Suhail Amar (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Sweeet tips.. Keep up the great work !

  21. Greg Mouning (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Hey RC,

    I am unable to find the PDF containing these great tips. Would you explain how I can access this file?

    Thanks in advance.

  22. Helene Logan (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    As always, great informative stuff. RC, I love Layers TV–you & Corey keep up the fine work!
    All of you at NAPP/Kelby Training are terrific–thanks for all that you do.

  23. waill (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    try ctrl shift >

  24. Alan (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    interesting..

  25. Designkai (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    “CMY-Gay”…

    How can anyone who is an apparent Photoshop professional, working with InDesign (a primarily print orientated piece of design software), be anti CMYK?

  26. frank morris (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    like others I was floored by the simple but timesaving tips demonstrated here Misters Kelby and Conception. Are these and other tips like these available in PDF format, or downloadable quicktime format?

  27. jonathan (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    very very good guys

  28. Michele Edwards (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Happy New Year Everyone.

    I found the PDF file for Scott Kelby’s excellent InDesign Tutorial at the following site:

    http://www.layersmagazine.com/layerstv-episode15.html

    The pdf file is one page in length and contains the 12 InDesign tips shown in the video.

    Michele

  29. nellyboy (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    That tip for the polygon tool is sweet, I also found that you can make a star at the same time with the left and right arrow keys, it splits along the horizontals and drags the points in.

    Great work boys, keep em coming.

    Nellyboy

  30. Eli (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Great Tips – but there are other ways to zoom in and out.

    Command 0 (zero) is fit to page
    Command – zoom out
    Command + zoom in

  31. Max (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Thank you for your site.

  32. bkili (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Great Tips ;-) Very useful.

  33. Nik (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    Thanks

  34. Glen (Reply) on Monday February 4, 2008

    super



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