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You need to apply a paragraph style in InDesign. They are not in Window but the panel is located in Type. Shortcut cmd+F11: Create the paragraph style, double click, go to Indents and Spacing: Add your desired indent in the First Line Indent: Taking it a little further. You could unpack the ePub and navigate to your CSS and build a class and ...


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Intentionally blank pages only serve a function in a printed piece (they are leftovers at the end of a form, or sheaf of pages which come in a multiple of four). There's no reason to have them in a PDF. If I were to see a "blank page" in an e-book, I'd assume it was a formatting mistake. Why would you leave it in? Additionally, the only place I've ever even ...


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Personally I hate the massive red, blue green or black text saying this page is left blank intentionally. I feel the reader is intelligent enough to see when its a page break and when something is missing. If you feel its necessary, I would just make a faint mark at the bottom saying so. Or what about setting a new icon at the bottom or an illustration ...


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The easiest way to do this would be to export out the .cdr file(s) as an EPS and import it into Illustrator by going to File -> Place and select from the drop down EPS. I would suggest if you are doing a book then export out as EPS and place it in InDesign and create a book document File -> New -> Book We do have a similar question that may help ...


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Doing a quick Google Search I found an online file converter, CloudConvert. It will convert the CDR into an EPS, which you can then save as AI. Hope this helps.


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From your question and comments, I would strongly recommend signing up for a free trial week on Lynda.com and going through David Blatner's "InDesign Essentials" title and a couple of more advanced ones. He did two titles, at least, for CS5.5. Apply your OCDness to defining terminology. If you don't know what a pica is, or any other term you come across, ...


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Fit Text To Frame: not that I know of. There are hotkeys to increase/decrease font size, and you can also click in the Point Size edit control and use the arrow keys to increase and decrease. You can drag horizontal and vertical guides out of the rulers at the top and left (if you don't have these, check the View window). Use the arrow keys to move by small ...



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