Tips & Tricks: Creating Interactivity in InDesign

Tips & Tricks: Creating Interactivity in InDesign

A huge new boost in Adobe's InDesign with CS4 is the ability to add interactive elements while you're working in InDesign--workspaces set up to help you add hyperlinks, page transitions and buttons, with streamlined toolbars to simplify your creative process even as you're doing more than ever. Find out more with us after the jump...







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