Sans Serif Typefaces: They're not just for business cards and phone books! Type expert John D. Berry uses lots of visual aids in explaining what makes a great sans serif and how to use them.
Make a Magnifying Text Frame: David Blatner shows you the cool and easy effects that are possible when you make a text frame remember its scaling.
Drop Anchor: Pariah S. Burke steers you through the uncharted waters of InDesign CS2's anchored objects.
Tables Break Boundaries: These are no ugly spreadsheets. See how tables that don't look like tables can overcome many layout challenges.
Renewing a Newspaper: The small-town "Kitsap Sun" goes from clunky to credible when it switches to InDesign.
Tips of the Trade: InDesign experts spill the beans and share their favorite tips for working with type, graphics, tools, documents, and colors. It's 27 pages (27!) of tips and tricks goodness.
And Even More Tips: Sandee Cohen wouldn't stop answering your questions just because there's a big tips article in the same issue. This time, she tackles the quickest way to count words, the best way to center text on a circle, and how to format text with the Eyedropper tool.
Mission Not Impossible: Take a word. Insert an image. Apply a gradient to it all. Then edit the text. You can do it, and we show you how.
Thomas Phinney, Font Scientist: Want to know what this Adobe insider says about the past and future of type? You'll have to read the interview.
Peer Review: Take a peek at the portfolio of Rob Day, co-founder of Evansday Design.
Get Better Color: Had enough of unpleasant color surprises? Read this article and take control of color.
Be a Production Hero without Breaking a Sweat: Use the Preflight command already built into InDesign and say good-bye to botched print jobs.
Layer It On Thick: InDesign CS2 now recognizes Photoshop's layers and layer comps. Here's how to go crazy with the possibilities, whether you're expanding your creativity or enhancing your efficiency.
Speed Up Change: Change may be good, but InDesign's Find/Change is better. Use it to format long documents in a flash.
Microsoft Game Studios: No, the games aren't created in InDesign -- all related print material is. See the gorgeous results.
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