New monthly column kicks off with a look at a non-profit publication devoted to the worst natural disaster in Alabama state history.
There are many reasons why you might want to combine pages or objects from one or more InDesign documents into other InDesign documents. Perhaps you need to join unchanged pages from an old financial report with the new one; or use a previous design’s page geometry and elements as the template for a new project; or combine individual chapter INDDs into a single “book” that can be output as one long PDF; or... Whatever the case, InDesign has several paths to that end.
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Here's how to use InDesign to make your type follow just about any path you can create. And if you're feeling really wild, you can apply Effects to those twists and turns!