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Adobe InDesign: Removing Text Wrap Offsets from Graphic Frames

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Adobe InDesign CC Updated Mar 17, 2016 From a past Rocky Mountain Training student: Hi Barb, I am trying to set up my graphic box defaults so that every time I create one, the text wrap will always stay at 0 inches on all four sides. I tried the […]

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Adobe Illustrator: Setting New Document Profile Defaults

by Barb Binder Updated Aug 5, 2016 for CC 2015 Adobe Illustrator handles setting new document defaults very differently than InDesign & Photoshop. We set system defaults in InDesign by closing all open files, and making choices in the various menus and panels. From that point on, InDesign uses those choices as the defaults in each […]

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Adobe InDesign: Display Performance Controls—They’re Everywhere!

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on InDesign Updated on April 16, 2016 OK, that might be a slight exaggeration. But if you look through InDesign, you will find the controls in multiple locations. Do we really need the Display Performance controls in Preferences, the Object menu and the View menu? Turns out we do. But […]

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Adobe Photoshop: Resetting Defaults (on the Options Bar and Beyond)

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on Photoshop Updated Jul 6, 2017 Photoshop uses a “sticky state” for the Options Bar. This is good if you have favorite settings that you use all the time, and bad if you randomly pick options and then forget about them. As a longtime Photoshop ACI (Adobe Certified Instructor), I learned […]

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Adobe InDesign: Setting (and Removing) Defaults

by Barb Binder, Adobe Certified Instructor on InDesign Updated on Sep 26, 2016 In my opinion, your software works for you, and the running theme in my training classes is how to automate your workflow so that your layout comes together quickly and leaves nights and weekends for fun, and not trying to meet your deadline. […]

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