I'm often amazed by how many InDesign users do not take advantage of break characters. Do you use hard returns to force text across columns and pages? If so, you're spending a lot of wasted time worrying about and fixing the reflow issues that result. This tutorial instructs how to insert break characters and explains their time-saving benefits.
Having control over your hyphenation settings in InDesign is important, especially for long documents. This tutorial explains how to make words break the way you want them to, and how to control the level of hyphenation you want to occur in your document.
Making text all caps (or vice versa) is easy, but what if you've imported text from Word that has all caps local formatting? In this case, you can't command-shift-K the caps away. Faced with this scenario, many people end up retyping the text to get rid of the caps. This tutorial shows how to easily change case to headline style, sentence style, all lower case, or all caps with a couple clicks of the button.
When you import art created in Illustrator or Photoshop with PMS colors in it, did you know you can change those PMS colors in InDesign, without reopening the art in its native application? Discover the utter coolness of ink aliasing here.