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November 27, 2017 / InDesign / Online Design / Spotlight

This post is part of a series highlighting the employees and departments that provide Walsworth’s outstanding customer support. You can read about the company’s customer service representatives here. Many departments at Walsworth work together to provide an excellent customer experience. One mainstay is the Computer Support Department. These are the technicians who are there to…

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August 26, 2016 / InDesign / Online Design

Creating a yearbook is an ambitious project, and even the heartiest of staffs will discover questions and come across the occasional stumbling block, which is precisely why Walsworth launched This website is the most comprehensive online help resource for yearbook staffers. The site will help you every step of the way – from…

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September 24, 2015 / Idea File Magazine / InDesign

For schools using Adobe® InDesign®, Walsworth supports you with Enhancements to simplify yearbook creation. The Enhancements, compatible with InDesign CS 5.5, CS 6 and Creative Cloud, assist InDesign users by adding functionality for specific yearbook needs. When you open InDesign, the Control Center opens, giving you access to all of the Enhancements. Begin by using…

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December 17, 2014 / Fall 2014 / InDesign

Headlines with clever wordplay and graphic treatment will draw readers into your stories. This example of a simple headline treatment appeared over a story on how the girls tennis team struggled after key players graduated at Thousand Oaks High School in Thousand Oaks, Calif.

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December 11, 2014 / Fall 2014 / InDesign

To create a cohesive yearbook, use similar graphic elements throughout the pages. You can ensure this by creating a library of your graphics. This collection can then be saved and shared with all staff members. By using InDesign libraries, you can store and reuse graphic elements throughout your layout, whether they’re text frames, single graphics or even groups of objects.

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