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You’re in InDesign CS6 with a document you need to change fonts on. You can’t uninstall fonts. What do you do to change all the global fonts? Answer: Package > Find Font > Edit Fonts by selecting the Fonts in Document, then use the Replace With area to select the font you want to change and click the Change/Change All buttons, click Done after you’ve updated the fonts. Then click the Cancel button. Magically you’ve updated every font in the document that had any declaration. Magic.
The world of social media may implode. Google is said to be bound to create the new Facebook called GooFace!! Unlike facebook you’ll be able to Unlike, View Stats, and blog from inside. The best thing about it? You’ll never want to leave.
1. Super Zoom
Since everything is vector, you have unlimited zoom to make sure everything is pixel or point perfect ;)
2. Object Styles
Any object, rectangles or rectangle frames, with text or pictures can have styles and you can make as many as you want. This is the sweetness…
(Before the redesign)