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Whoops, there is an easy way to do this, it's just not where I expected it to be. It's on the save dialog screen at the end of the process, here (note that for some reason it appears to not work for Chinese, Japanese and Korean fonts): I was expecting it to be in the earlier screen similar to how InDesign's PDF export options are set out, here, but it's ...


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This is a problem with inDesign that many users suffer from! Here is a detailed tutorial on how to fix this issue so that the dimensions are measured just like illustrator. http://www.nineteenfortyone.com/2011/05/indesign-dimensions-include-stroke-weight/ The trick is to set the "Dimensions include Stroke Weight" setting within the software.


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As per the Adobe InDesign website: InDesign is a page layout tool. The program allows you to collect graphical (raster and vector) and textual content into a layout, enabling easy multi-page processing and powerful exporting options for both print and digital purposes. And I feel like an Adobe salesman now. InDesign has powerful tools for easy workflows ...


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Put simply: Illustrator is for creating vector graphics, logos and single page layouts. InDesign is for creating single and multi-page layouts using elements created in illustrator/photoshop/corel etc Yes you are correct that CorelDraw is basically very similar to Illustrator.


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CS5 and CS6 both should work completely fine on your laptop, doesn't matter if you want to use Ps, Ai, or ID. Check this link, Intel HD 4000 is on the Adobe approved list. https://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/kb/photoshop-cs6-gpu-faq.html


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The basic idea Corel Draw and Ilustrator are mainly for vector based ilustrations. This is very broad, it can be a logo, and icon or inclusive almost photorealistic vector based images. It can also be used for layout. This is for printed materials, flyers, posters, etc. This can combine photographs, vector based images and text. On the other hand, the ...


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You're right that Corel Draw is like Illustrator. InDesign is for larger, sometimes much larger publications and when combined with other Adobe applications is incredibly robust. A few key features that InDesign provides. I've never used Corel Draw so this is compared to Illustrator but did glance online to see which of these Corel Draw offers and believe ...



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