- Keyboard and tool shortcuts
- The magic of the Option key
- Character and paragraph formatting
- Working with stroke and fill
- Drawing objects
- Using Gridify
- Using Paste Into and Paste in Place
- Frame fitting options
- Creating style shortcuts
- Using Quick Apply
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Chad] Learning any program takes time and patience, regardless of what program that may be. In the case of Adobe InDesign, the more you work with it and learn about it, the more efficient and effective you'll be and the better work you'll do. You don't have to do it on your own though. My name is Chad Chelius and I'd like to invite you to watch my LinkedIn Learning Time-Saving Tips in InDesign course to help you become faster and more efficient, so you can focus more on the design aspects of what you do and less on the tool itself. Many of the tips that I teach in this course are things that I've learned over the years that I find make a big difference when working in InDesign. I don't want using InDesign to be arduous for you. I want it to be fun. In this course, I'll focus on cool little things that I love about InDesign that I feel can help you work more efficiently in your day-to-day work. Things you might not have known about, or never really understood, or just little known things about InDesign that make working in the program more fun and help you get your work done easier and faster. I've kept these videos short on purpose, because I know your time is limited. So please, peruse away and enjoy.
Time-Saving Tips Using Photoshopwith Chad Chelius3h 13m Intermediate
Time-Saving Tips Using Illustratorwith Chad Chelius1h 45m Intermediate
Lightroom Classic CC: Working Fasterwith Chris Orwig1h 25m Intermediate
3. Working with Objects
4. Working with Text
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