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Year: 2011

Adobe FrameMaker: Templates

by Barb Binder At least one student in every one of my Adobe FrameMaker classes inquires about templates. And why shouldn’t they? Templates are the single best way to get a jump start on the design of a new document. In FrameMaker, there are two different locations for the templates that come with the software. Start […]

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Adobe Photoshop CS5: What’s that Red (or Blue) Highlighting in the Camera Raw Dialog Box?

by Barb Binder In a recent Photoshop CS5 class, a student encountered unexpected red highlighting on a .jpg image opened through the Camera Raw dialog box. Instead of the image on the top, it looked like the one on the bottom. Clearly Photoshop was trying to tell her something, but what? It turns out that my […]

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Adobe FrameMaker: Adding a Drop Cap

by Barb Binder Adding a drop cap in FrameMaker is easy, right? Just activate the Apply Drop Cap checkbox and specify how many lines to drop down? Ha! I wish. Sadly, there is no drop cap feature in FrameMaker, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have one. You just need to know how to create it […]

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