Mon, 6 July 2009
Multiple-place tip; Acrobat.com; 6.03 Update; Obscurity of the Week: POSIX
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
James Fritz's blog post about multiple-placing
Download the InDesign/InCopy 6.03 update
Acrobat.com promotion discount (save $50 on annual subscription)
Adobe Labs' Presentations and Tables, Acrobat.com apps in development
Jay Nelson's DesignTools Monthly newsletter More on POSIX