Objects Styles in InDesign, which work in a very similar fashion to Paragraph Styles, are very important in setting up the look of objects in documents quickly and consistently. But they're equally as powerful when making changes. In this tutorial, I will set up an Object Style for Frames with an very complex appearance and then make changes to all of these objects instantly.
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In this tutorial, I will explore setting up Styles utilizing the Next Style feature and show a couple of very easy ways to use the feature in formatting long text.
Jeff Witchel goes over some of advantages to typekit in InDesign. The menu options allow you to sort fonts by favorites and recently used. Clicking on typekit takes you to Adobe’s font library that has over 700 fonts. The fonts can be filtered to search easier and once you find what you want, it takes very little time to sync the font and begin using it in your layouts.
Jeff Witchel goes over the new features of the hyperlinks tool in InDesign. Creative Cloud makes it easier and faster to set up and control hyperlinks.
Adobe certified instructor Jeff Witchel shows you how to use the Eyedropper Tool to format type. Jeff will show you how the Eyedropper Tool can apply formats to other type, pick up paragraph styles, and apply the background.
Adobe certified instructor Jeff Witchel shows you the Font Menu enhancements in InDesign CC that makes finding and applying fonts a lot easier. In this quick-tip video, Jeff will show you some improvements to the Font Family Menu and the Font Search Widget.
When it comes to type-formatting options, InDesign is the best. Follow along with this video and learn how to make your formatting and styling easier with nested styles. This lesson covers topics like Drop Caps and GREP styles.
QR codes are an exciting new marketing tool where any reader with a smart phone can scan the code and instantly be taken to a web page. InDesign Creative Cloud now allows users to create QR codes inside the application. The graphic is vector-based so it is scale-able to whatever size that is needed.