by Barb Binder When I started working in Adobe FrameMaker 10, one of the first differences I noticed was the appearance of checkmarks in front of the formats in the various Catalogs. My first guess was that they indicated whether a format was being used in the document, or not. But I would see checkmarks on […]Continue Reading
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Month: March 2011
by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on InDesign No one wants to see a low-resolution, pixelated image in their InDesign layout, but it happens all the time. There are three primary reasons why: You placed a low-resolution file into your layout. Remember the rule of thumb for color or grayscale images that are intended for print […]Continue Reading
by Barb Binder In the past few weeks, I learned three important things about running Adobe Photoshop CS5 in 32-bit mode: It is very important to Adobe that their Adobe Photoshop CS5 Certified Instructors know how to tell people how to run Photoshop in 64-bit and 32-bit modes (my tip was that it was featured prominently […]Continue Reading
by Barb Binder I love uncovering the little, undocumented features in an upgrade. Yesterday, while teaching my first Adobe FrameMaker 10 class, I was reviewing the various ways to get text from Word into FrameMaker. We touched on cut and paste, and it was my intention to have my students discover why they had to use […]Continue Reading