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  1. Alan

    An invaluable almanac for InDesign, thank you.

  2. Jason

    Outstanding, thanks for sharing

  3. Gloria

    This is really great, would love to get it for all the other apps too like Photoshop, Illustrator etc !

  4. James Wamser

    Thanks for the great article! Glad to share.

    • Thank you James! This is a terrific compendium that you’ve put together here.

      As Gloria mentioned above, it’s a valuable resource that customers could definitely use for all major Adobe tools… InDesign is a perfect start, and it’s flying off the shelves.

  5. James Wamser

    The InDesign New Features Guide was updated on December 8, 2014.

    What’s New: Updated the Index, added features, added a link to Page 1 that enables direct download from my Public Dropbox folder so you always have access to the latest version.

    Same link as before for the new edition.



    • Awesome! Now folks can easily make sure the guidebook is up-to-date, because of course Adobe will continue coming out with new versions and more upgrades going forward…

      Thanks also for the mention in Favorite Sites at the end!

  6. Larry

    I need Indesign CS4…

    How long is the free trial?
    How much is the software after the trial is over?
    Do I need to sign a contract?

    What else do I need to be concerned about with the software trial?


  7. James Wamser

    Updated on February 12, 2015:

    InDesign New Features Guide includes the Feb. 2015 updates, along with an updated Index.

  8. Salil

    Thank you.
    Does something similar exist for Illustrator or Photoshop?

  9. ben
  10. Ed

    Why oh why when I save an indd file for the first time, does the program not remember where the file came from?
    Not only do I have to scale back through drives and folders to locate said file to overwrite, but often the choice is also not available in the list of recent folders. The second and subsequent times to save then works as it should, without a user intervention.

    • Hi Ed, which version of InDesign are you talking about, and what platform are you running on? We tried to reproduce what you described in InDesign CC 2015 on Windows, but could not. Everything worked as it should, including the Open, Open Recent, Save, and Save As menu items.

  11. Ed

    I am using CC 2015 on a Mac, Yosemite 10.10.5, but previous versions of ID did the same thing.

  12. Is the Photoshop book available in Dutch? or is it English.
    I have Photoshop and Lightroom 2015 CC

  13. Deborah Loth

    All your links to this book (the one in the main article and the one in the comments) point to the Adobe Forums. You may not be aware that there is a serious bug with the Adobe Forums (colloquially known as The Redirect Loop of Death) which prevents many users from accessing them at all.

    See this page.

    As you can see from this thread, this problem has been going on for over 4 years. I still have this problem, and cannot access this book from any of your links. Presumably the Adobe Forum posts you reference have links to the book. Perhaps you could divulge the link without passing through the inaccessible-to-me Adobe Forums.

    (And yes, not being able to access the Adobe Forums AT ALL is a major problem for me as a Creative Cloud user.)

    • Sorry you’re having trouble Deborah. We have not heard of that before – and from the link you posted, it appears to be quite rare (only 8 people reported having the same issue in 4 years).

      It seems to be something funny with your account, most likely an unusual data conflict of some sort. The reason is because changing browsers or computers (or clearing your cache/cookies) doesn’t help you.

      Did you try changing your Adobe ID names(s) on Profile tab of your Adobe account, as recommended? Several people there said that worked, and fixed the redirects they had.

      If not, you could just create a brand new Adobe ID and then contact Customer Service about transferring your licenses over. To create a new ID while keeping your same original email address, follow the 2-step process here. That should hopefully solve it for you.

    • PS: But just to clarify – you don’t even need an Adobe ID to read the Forums! They are public and open for everyone to view. with no account necessary. The only time a log in is required is if you want to post.

      You can test this yourself by opening any web browser, clearing your cache & cookies (to reset), and visiting any page there yourself. There is no access restriction.

  14. Rahul
  15. Alex

    Hello everybody,

    I’m sorry to hassle with this question but, where is the link to download the latest updated-to-InDesign CC 2017 PDF?

    Thank you.

  16. Alex


    Thank you for all the information.

  17. kate

    I just tried to download this, but the file is no longer found. Can someone send me a new link or the PDF file?

  18. James Wamser

    The InDesign New Features Guide has been updated. It now includes InDesign CC (2018) new features, along with an updated index.

  19. Cecily

    Why won’t the newest version of InDesign open my files?

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