Learn how to use the next style option within a paragraph style in Adobe InDesign. This is a useful function that can greatly improve your efficiency and speed up your work if you are doing design or typesetting work using Adobe InDesign.
How to package in Adobe InDesign
The package function is the built-in process whereby InDesign will check all the links and fonts that you are using in a document, and it will copy and organise all of the files needed to correctly open that document. we’re going to have a look at the packaging process, and the settings you should use.
Create that 3D effect in Adobe Illustrator — 3 different ways
In this video we’re going to look at how to create that ubiquitous ‘3D’ extruded text effect using Adobe Illustrator. But since tutorials showing how to make 3D text and titles in Illustrator are already everywhere, we’re going to look at three different methods of creating a 3D extrusion effect.
Fix widows, orphans, and runts in Adobe InDesign
In typesetting, widows, orphans and runts are arguably the most common annoyances. Single lines which remain at the start or end of a column, or the last word in a paragraph breaking to a new line, can all contribute to make your type layout appear less professional. Fortunately InDesign has capabilities to handle these problems, and with a little bit of extra effort up-front, you can say goodbye to ever needing to fix these issues manually again.