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A great deal depends upon how "your friend" constructed the file. It sounds as if there are some raster images linked to the file. They aren't going to appear without the original images. That's why you get the warning when opening the file. The type may have been converted to outlines due to how it interacts with the raster images. There are times where ...
To me, they seem to just have a gradient applied to the strokes, that's all. Although it's a bit difficult to see in the image you posted. They could just be solid strokes against the gradient fills.
I don't have the reputation required to post a comment, but I'm wondering if you're using master pages for these layouts and if your content is tagged with the needed paragraph styles. If so, then you as long as all the content is in the primary text frame, it should convert nicely when you apply a different master to the page. I believe more detail on your ...
Another method to do this is to create "Layer Comps" and from scripts export each Layer Comp as a file. I'm sorry, I'm new here, so I do not know how to put in advanced formatting and images, so my answer may seem pretty empty.
Go to http://www.fullscreensearch.com/ Open developer tools Remove search bar, map and satellite buttons - plus zoom and marker controls. Either search through code or hit Crtl F and search for them. Download sniptool, or use printscreen - or whatever you want to capture an image Done. Took me two minutes
Select all layers by Pressing Ctrl + Alt + A, and then with the layers selected go to Layer>Hide layers and then Layer>Show layers. Hope this helps!
Assuming these are for HR to help with annual compensation calculations... This is a corporate political task more than anything. As such, think like a politician. Make promises that sound good, but can't really be adequately judged upon completion. Promise low, deliver slightly higher. Keep them vague enough where you don't corner yourself. Use as much ...
Here are some ideas. If you use a tracking system for your work, you can use your completed tasks as inspiration for your next goal items. They are usually descriptive enough, and hold real value. If you don't, the same applies. It's always useful to think of a goal as set of tasks. What steps will you take when preparing, for example, the infographics? ...
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