Tue, 14 December 2010
Object style tricks; Quizzler winner (floppy disc icons); KBSC of the week: Recall Zoom; Obscurity of the Week: Spacing Options
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Links mentioned in this podcast:
> Check out the floppy disc icon in CS3's Command Bar
> Watch the full 60 Minutes segment on Brazil from Dec. 12 2010
> List of all InDesignSecrets webinars available for viewing
> Review of AutoFlow Pro in issue #38 (Oct/Nov 2010) of InDesign Magazine
> Learn cool tricks at Kelly's DocumentGeek blog
> Learn about our upcoming Print & ePublishing Conference (and yes, Kelly was the first registration!)