Thu, 28 February 2013
PEPCON Facebook page, Creative Cloud news, Vectors and Bitmaps in InDesign, Obscurity of the Week: Show Linked Files
Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-189.mp3 (13.9 MB, 25:45 minutes)
See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. The transcript of this podcast will be posted soon.
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Come to PEPCON! Our annual Print + ePublishing Conference, this year April 28–May 1 in Austin, Texas
> See what PEPCON registrants and speakers are already discussing at our networking site
> We need you to click Like on PEPCON's new Facebook page -- thank you!
> You know that we have an active InDesignSecrets Facebook page?
> While you're there, please hit Like on Certitec's page too! And leave them a love note!
> Adobe has new, lower Creative Cloud fees for Australia and New Zealand
> Is Adobe responding to this Parliamentary summons?
> Vote Yes on including InCopy in Creative Cloud subscriptions!
> What is a K-cup? (David's reference)
> Sandee issued a $100 EPS Challenge a while back
> Vectors can sometimes increase the size of a PDF!
> We covered the "new" Object Export Options feature in a video cast
> Exporting JPGs from InDesign