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Adobe InDesign CS5.5 CS6: Styling Multi Level Lists

In this tutorial we will show you how to style multi level lists in InDesign CS5.5 or CS6. The same principles apply in CS5 as well. We will also show you how reset the the numbering if you have more than one list in your document. We will not go into how to style the characters as this has already been covered in a previous tutorial. Rather we will concentrate on how to set up each level of your list. Continue reading

Adobe InDesign CS6: Saving / Exporting for InDesign CS4,CS5 and CS5.5

This is more of a quick tip than an actual tutorial but today I will quickly show you how to export or save your InDesign CS6 documents for earlier versions of InDesign. This simple method will allow you to open your files in InDesign CS4, CS5 and CS5.5.

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Adobe Indesign CS6 and CS5: Importing PNG’s with Transparency

This is more of a tip than an actual tutorial. If you are having trouble importing an image with transparency into InDesign CS6, CS5 or even some earlier versions and you want to retain the transparency of the image here is what you do. If you place the image and it… Continue reading

Adobe InDesign CS5.5 CS6: Styling Bullet and Number Lists

In this tutorial we will show you how to create and apply your own bullet styles in an InDesign CS5.5 or CS6 document. The same principles apply to CS5 as well. First we are going to create our custom bullet style then we will apply it to a short list. We will then create a similar style for our numbered lists. They are created and used in exactly the same manner. For those wishing to do multi level lists as well I have just added another tutorial. Continue reading

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