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My top 6 tips for Acrobat at XChange

Acrobat tips

Our good friends at XChange posted my six favorite tips for Acrobat, along with helpful illustrations for them. These are just some of the real-world tips from my Creative Cloud Essentials video training, which covers important uses for each Creative Cloud app and how they work together. For the past 23 years XChange US and XChange UK have been our go-to sources for information and products that improve efficiency. Whether you work with color, design, multimedia, or print and publishing, they're happy to help you find the ideal product or solution for your particular need. Visit their website and read the tips here.

My 18 tips for InDesign at XChange

InDesign tips

Our good friends at XChange posted my favorite 18 tips for InDesign, along with helpful illustrations. These are just some of the real-world tips from my Creative Cloud Essentials video training, which covers important uses for each of the Creative Cloud apps and how they work together. For the past 23 years XChange US and XChange UK have been our go-to sources for information and products that improve efficiency. Whether you work with color, design, multimedia, or print and publishing, they're happy to help you find the ideal product or solution for your particular need. Visit their website and read the tips here.

How to create a Lightroom slideshow and sync it to your iPhone or iPad


Adobe Photoshop Lightroom can create some of the slickest slideshows in the west. They’re easy to make and incredibly handy for showing off cream-of-the-crop shots at home, at the local photography club, or for using as a digital portfolio. In this column, you’ll learn to create a slideshow that you export and then sync to your iPhone or iPad.

Slideshows have a couple advantages over just handing someone your iPhone to flip through your Photos app: You can add captions so they know what they’re looking at, and a slideshow has an end point, so they won’t keep swiping into images you might not want them to see. Click here to read the full story on Macworld.com

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