Issue #21 - December 2007/January 2008 Issue #20 - October/November 2007 Issue #19 - August 2007/September 2007 $11.00
Tips on going beyond CMYK to the land of spot colors, varnishes, metallics, mirror board, translucent paper, and more.
Tutorial on building tool tips for PDFs inside InDesign.
The best way to swap files between InDesign CS3 and CS2 users.
A calendar how-to that comes with its own script and text file.
The cure for Manuallinebreakitis, a terrible disease affecting many InDesign users. $11.00
If your project involves almost any kind of fold and you don't set up the InDesign file correctly, you'll lose time and money. Includes two free scripts that help you set up your INDD files.
Master the many kinds of text wrap *and* get a free skull font.
The typesetter of the American edition of the Harry Potter series reveals the secrets behind his InDesign workflow.
Take your InDesign settings anywhere. (Also good for restoring settings after an upgrade.)
Real tips straight from the new book, Real World InDesign CS3 $11.00
David Blatner unmasks InDesign's hidden characters.
Tips and tricks from Sandee Cohen.
Terri Stone gathers insights and lots of stunning examples from the publishing design director of Chronicle Books. (Bonus: How you too can work for Chronicle)
Reviews of InPreflight and ChartBot.
David Blatner ferrets out Tim Cole, Adobe's elusive InDesign evangelist.
Issue #18 - June 2007/July 2007 Issue #17 - April 2007/May 2007 Issue #16 - February 2007/March 2007 $11.00
Create well-designed e-forms in InDesign and Acrobat to extend your all-important brand.
With a combo of InDesign, Bridge, and our specially modified scripts, you can create customized contact sheets without opening Photoshop.
Reviews of eight font managers for Mac and Windows.
How-to on best practices in applying color to text and objects.
Trick InDesign into generating default layer sets. $11.00
Michael Murphy takes you on a tour of InDesign CS3's highlights.
David Blatner pokes around ID CS3's corners to uncover the little stuff that affects your everyday workflow.
Anne-Marie Concepcion and Pariah S. Burke step you through using the Photoshop-like effects that are now inside InDesign.
Sandee Cohen translates GREP, a language unknown to most creative pros, into something you can understand and use to be more efficient.
David interviews ID CS3 senior product manager Chad Siegel. $11.00
How-to on weaving an image in front and back of vector text, a la "Sports Illustrated."
How-to on using InDesign to create interactive buttons in Acrobat PDFs.
Q&As on changing views when changing pages, thin spaces that don't break, and the dreaded white box transparency issue.
The next time you're asked to create an InDesign document that involves formatting lots of data, consider one of the automation options in this article.
It may not be register high on the Flash-o-meter, but proper H&J will keep your text looking good and your readers reading. We've got detailed specs on getting it right.
Issue #15 - December 2006/January 2007 $11.00
Tipapalooza 2, AKA 19 pages of short, easy-to digest tips from some of the best names in the biz.
A step-by-step how-to on automating a pesky table of contents (TOCs).
Review of Gluon ProScale ID 7.0.
Review of LinkOptimzer 2.0 from Zevrix Solutions.
Q&As on mysterious paragraph indent problems, four-letter extensions, table alignment, and Pantone color libraries.