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InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics: Managing InDesign's PanelsReduce clutter in the InDesign workspace
David Blatner brings his knowledge of and passion for InDesign to the latest release of this state-of-the-art publishing program, showing how to harness its power and functionality. InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics covers the process of publishing with an eye on the program's latest nuances: optimizing page layouts, automating InDesign with Data Merge and XML, exploring interactive documents (including making movies), and exporting publications to a variety of formats.
In this video, Lynda.com host David Blatner takes a look at how to manage InDesign's many panels. He covers the tab key, which hides all of the panels, and shows how to pull out panels when they are hidden, either from the menu or from the sides by mousing over the sides so the panels pop out.
Managing InDesign's Panels
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