Once those linked files are created you’re in for a surprise. Now maybe an easy-to-use, functional INDEXING feature will move up the list of features to add. This is why I raise the red flag about the much-touted new endnotes feature. When I lived in Seattle, I suspect that some on the ID team were putting in more hours than they were getting paid for. I only use Illustrator when I need to…too damn ram hoggy. 3) You open a doc containing the item in its old state. Here’s something that needs fixing really quickly. England and Wales company registration number 2008885. If you have an earlier version of InDesign CC, CC 2014, CC 2015, or CC 2017, when you attempt to open an InDesign CC 2018 file, you’ll see a dialog box. You can change the scope for endnotes between Document and Story. Heck, the only reason to go to illustrator is for that wonky bar/pie chart tool, and 3D stuff. Where is no prefix field in number field of numbered list, so you can`t make cross-reference to number only (not to “Figure X” but to “X”), cross-reference feature has possibility to get only first part of paragraph,but not the second. You select this option in the Word Import Options dialog box (select Show Import Options in the Place dialog box). Kaz: See this page for information about rebuilding your preferences when things go crazy like that: https://creativepro.com/resources/faq. Le sigh. What features do you think they should be focusing on and why? A Font Similarity filter can also be displayed. She caught something I didn’t: The Export dialog for Reflowable EPUB > HTML & CSS tab has the same settings for Include Classes in HTML. For example, both Graphik and Grafik are correct. When Adobe’s ID team was in Seattle and I lived there, they were quite open to my suggestion for an iPad app that’d communicate with ID on a Mac, creating an marvelously easy-to-use UI for spinning through a long list of index entries to find the right one. I do not get that, all instances are updated automaticly, indeed loosing all local editing of the placed library text without warning…. It’s difficult to set up both paragraph shading and borders on the same paragraph: many of the settings (offset, corner settings, etc.) That said, if you need to have your document opened with older versions, with the live end notes converted to plain text, I suggest posting a request in the Scripting Forum. When I write an article like this, I try to be as thorough as I can. It is very hard to adjust and move these small arrows – especially if you are using a pen which many InDesign users are. Robert- You should place that text outside of the markers. I have been using InDesign CC 2018 for several days and I have discovered a major issue that makes continued used of it a nonstarter for now. That could make it easier to distinguish application windows. Professionals who need these accessibility features will find this InDesign version is a major advance. Perhaps someone with scripting skills could give us this most useful of tools. Any recommendations? TIP: You can tell which application created the text if you view the CC library in List view. It’s been the strangest thing. Note that there is no option to link to text in a CC library without including formatting information. Thanks for the Arrowhead fixes on strokes in the last version…that was a deal breaker before, leading me to use Illustrator. Trying out the linked Text, I found it got auto updated, not giving me the choice to update as shown in the Lynda course video. Nice summary Steve by the way. As a result, in ePUB I don’t have the link between references and text notes at the end of ebook. No Line indents, No drop cap settings … ugh.