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I'd recommend managing these four templates out of one InDesign file, moving the content to the master pages, and saving this as an .indt (so it's a true template file). Then, any changes can be made to the master pages of this template and will then be used for all new documents created from this template. For InDesign documents that have already been ...


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Set up 4 Master Pages. Then on each master page use File > Place and place the template file. Apply the masters where needed. You won't be able to edit the templates. However, if you go back and change the original template file, the placed versions on the master pages can be updated, keeping them consistent with original template file changes. If ...


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If you are frustrated with how your design tools render designs vs. the browser, then the solution is to start spending more of your time designing in the browser. The reality is that the web is built with HTML CSS and JS. It's not build with Photoshop or Illustrator. So it's best to get into the actual medium as soon as possible. In your case, you do have ...


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My company currently uses an Illustrator markup plugin called Specctr- it's not perfect and still requires a bit of TLC, but if you aren't using it already it you'll save quite a bit of time when creating UI specs. https://www.specctr.com/ Adding dimensions, color/transparency, font information to any object is one click away Marking up spacing between ...


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You could record an action regardless and save it next to your file. This would have the benefit of easy repeatability. You could then check the dialog buttons that you wanted to manually tweak. Now even if you dont want to use the action you can still read it this saves you from needing to type the procedure down. It also saves you time on the easily ...



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