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DesignGeek #22

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June 16, 2004 - 1:00am

Favorite InDesign Student Tips

When I'm in the middle of a software training session, I love how student's questions about and experiments with neglected corners of the program often lead to new discoveries.

I've been doing a lot of InDesign training lately. Here are a few of my favorites tiplets discovered by students during these sessions:

Change the Default Font

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Quark Forums Re-Open

A couple weeks ago Quark opened its online user support forums again, after being AWOL for almost a year:

It's a user-to-user sort of support forum, not a venue to get support from Quark reps themselves. Nice to see it back. (Though I hope someone at Quark sets up some topic subcategories asap; it's a little difficult to use in its current, default phpBBB state.)

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Photoshop Fix Newsletter, Featuring HerGeekness

A beautiful new 4/C monthly newsletter, Photoshop Fix, just started coming out a couple months ago. If you're into Photoshop at an intermediate or advanced level, you should check it out.

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