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Friday, July 12, 2013
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This Week in Publishing


Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories focuses on the resignation of Barnes & Noble's CEO, magazine growth for 2013 so far, Adobe DPS Release 27, and more.

PUBLISHING INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK:

RECENT POSTS FROM THE TFP BLOG:

  • Digital Publishing Suite Release 27 is going live today, and Adobe is hosting a free webinar on Monday to outline its new features. If you're unable to attend, check the TFP blog for a recap to see how the update will affect you, and get a preview of what's expected in Release 28.
     
  • Visit TFP's Women in Media blog for the latest news about executive moves in the media industry, including changes at Atlantic Media, Bonnier, and Hearst, and read about some recent controversy over whether women's magazines can produce serious journalism.
     
  • Customizing InDesign's text wrap preference options could help ease your design work, once you know how to adjust them to suit your needs. Learn how to do just that on TFP’s InDesign Tips blog.
     
  • InDesign also lets you create a baseline grid for any document, but did you know that frames in any given document can be set up with their own baseline grids? We'll show you how!

WISHING YOU PUBLISHING SUCCESS!

Margot Knorr Mancini

Margot Knorr Mancini
Founder & CEO, Technology for Publishing

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