Thu, 13 January 2011
11 New Document tips; new Quizzler; Obscurity of the Week: Easing Path
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See the Show Notes for links mentioned in this episode. The transcript of this podcast will be posted soon.
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To enter this episode’s Quizzler: Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the word QUIZZLER in the subject line and your best answer in the body of the message. You have until Friday, Jan. 28 , at midnight CST to send in your answer, one per user! We will choose the most correct answer, or in the case of a tie, we will randomly choose from the correct answer(s). Winner will be announced in a subsequent podcast—good luck!
Links mentioned in this podcast:
> David's post about application-wide Preference settings
> Post about Print vs. Web intent in InDesign CS5
> All about Color Settings in InDesign (David's masterpiece article of 2010!)
> You've registered for our 2011 Print & ePublishing Conference, haven't you?