Have you ever had a moment when you discover something new about a subject you thought you were pretty great at already? It’s both amazing and deflating at the same time.
I first learned InDesign when I was a sophomore in high school, and I’ve been using it pretty consistently ever since. And yet, despite having more than a decade of experience with the program, I’m learning new features regularly. Sometimes it makes me feel dumb, in a “why didn’t I know about this from the beginning?” way. But other times, I get so excited, because this new and exciting thing is going to save me a bunch of time.
Some of these discoveries aren’t applicable in a whole bunch of situations, but there are 7 tools that I discovered after the fact that would have been really helpful to know when I first learned InDesign.