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FrameMaker and WORD: Table Resize Column Options
FrameMaker 11's powerful tables give you a variety of ways to resize columns. You can: (a) resize columns to width of longest line, (b) make column equal to another (c) make column a certain percentage of current size or (d) even "copy/paste" a table column width from another table. And that is just a start. Watch this 6 minute demo to get a solid grounding in this simple, yet powerful feature. Adobe Product Evangelist Maxwell Hoffmann shows you how.
Beautiful Typography with InDesign
Learn the top 10 practical tips for achieving consistently beautiful typography using the type feature set of Adobe InDesign. From how to choose and combine typefaces to how to create visual hierarchy, you'll leave this session a true type nerd — never able to ignore bad kerning again. In this session, Michael Ninness, senior vice president of product at lynda.com, will cover:• The anatomy of type and the relevance of x-height• Understanding leading and how it relates to type size and column width• The proper use of white space and break characters• Ligatures and small caps and kerning, oh my!• When to use special glyphs like em and en dashes, quotation marks versus inch marks, and so on
FrameMaker and Word: Resize Table Columns
FrameMaker 11 offers many more options for resizing table columns than Word. See a quick demo of just how swiftly you can customize your table widths to suit your needs. FrameMaker 11 will automatically calculate selected column widths, let you apply the width of another column, or even resize the width of an entire table proportionally to fit within you page.
Beautiful Typography: A Crash Course
Show: MAX 2011 Design
With the democratization of publishing and design that the Adobe product line has enabled, many find themselves creating content without having a formal design background. In this session, you'll learn the top ten practical tips for achieving consistently beautiful typography. We'll cover topics such as choosing and combining typefaces, the anatomy of type, understanding leading and how it relates to type size and column width, the proper use of white space and break characters, using special glyphs like em and en dashes, quotation marks versus inch marks, how to create visual hierarchy, and much more.
Mastering Media Queries
Show: MAX 2011 Envision
Take a deep dive into using CSS3 media queries to create websites that look good and work well on desktops, tablets, and mobile phones regardless of screen size. In this session, bestselling author and trainer David Powers explores how to optimize style rules for each type of device depending on its features, such as width, height, aspect ratio, and orientation. You'll also learn how to cope with older browsers that don't support media queries and how to avoid wasting mobile users' valuable data allowance by forcing them to download assets intended only for larger screen sizes.