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Old 03-03-2011, 07:48 AM   #1
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Default Features in InDesign CS3, 4, and 5

Designer/trainer Rufus Deuchler has posted a useful article: “So you think Adobe InDesign has become all about interactive Schnickschnack? Think again.”

The article links to a printable chart that lists features introduced in three levels of InDesign (CS3, 4, and 5), categorized and summarized by upgrade.

Useful if you are thinking about (or resisting) upgrading.

You can view and download a PDF or screen image of the chart from the link above. (It’s huge. I grabbed the PDF and opened it in Preview on my screen.)

   
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