Fri, 26 October 2012
Listen in your browser: InDesignSecrets-183.mp3 (17.1 MB, 32:02 minutes)
See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode.
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Teachers and students get 1 yr of Creative Cloud for $19.99/mo if they sign up by Nov 4, 2012!
> Erica Gamet's new ID Power Pack, enter IDS50 discount code for 50% off!
> Amazon's Kindle Plug-in for InDesign v0.972 (beta, still!)
> Teacup Software's new 2D barcodes in latest version of their BarCodeMaker
> For a free QR Code Maker plugin, check out the offer from Meadows
> EmSoftware has a new WordsFlow plugin for InDesign
> Overlooked features: Listen to podcast 182 for the first 5
> Posts about these features: Autocorrect, Place and Link, Slug, Discretionary Hyphen, (nothing on Split Window yet)
> Post about David's issue during the podcast, Rebuilding Prefs
Couple of screen shots that you'll find interesting:
From the Export to Kindle plug-in, note the IDML option!
and, here's the dialog box containing the Obscure InDesign Feature of the Week: