“The Lord of the Rings” font is as well-known as Tolkien’s books and the spectacular film adaptations. Read on to learn how to use these fonts and what other fonts Middle-earth has in store.
Using filters to edit photos is an essential element of Adobe’s graphics editor. There are filters to change colour, add blur or create completely new image effects. Photoshop offers a virtually unlimited variety of filters for this purpose. In this video tutorial, we will introduce you to three different filters and explain how to apply them to your images with just a few clicks.
How to convert a high-resolution PDF file to a JPG with reduced file size? We show you different solutions to convert your PDF to JPG – with and without Adobe Acrobat Pro, computer functions and using helpful online tools.
Catalogues, magazines and journals usually have many pages. The table of contents (TOC) on the first three pages helps readers navigate the publication. Adobe InDesign provides a convenient function to automatically generate a table of contents. This saves you a great deal of work. In this InDesign tutorial, you will learn how to use this function and what requirements have to be met.
What do printed magazines, journals and catalogues have in common? They all have a layout comprised of text and images. Adobe InDesign provides the right tools to correctly align and position these two components. In our tutorial, you will learn how to insert, manage and check images in InDesign.
Smart Objects open up a wealth of versatile Photoshop functions. Just converting an image to a Smart Object can simplify the entire image editing workflow. In this tutorial, we will show you three ways to use Photoshop Smart Objects to facilitate your work.
Interactive forms can be particularly useful when entering and validating data. We show you how to use Adobe and various online tools to create a PDF form tailored to your needs.