How to create type effects with InDesign

I'm writing this on the heels of Adobe releasing their latest wave of powerful new Creative Cloud applications onto the the creative community. Obviously each release adds more features and capability to our applications, and when that happens, sometimes we see duplication of features from one program to another.

This is not a bad thing. So for example, the modern Photoshop is far more type-savvy than it used to be. Illustrator is a bit more pixel savvy than it used to be. And InDesign is far more everything than Quark used to be.

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