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InDesign Template of the Month: Dynamic Presentation

Time for another exclusive template for our Premium members! (Not a Premium member? Sign up here and get $10 off with the discount code: TEMPLATE)

This month it’s a template for a dynamic presentation.

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This stylish template comes with five different master page designs, and frames for images and text, all styled with paragraph and object styles that you can use as-is or adapt to your needs.

Instructions

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  • Terese Salas says:

    I am having trouble downloading the template.

  • Rebecca Kurk says:

    I’m getting an error also:
    Fatal error
    Incorrect DB config, or could not connect to DB

  • Joern Kobes says:

    I have the same troubles to download the dynamic pre3sentation

  • Anne-Marie Concepcion says:

    Sorry folks, we had a little trouble with our link earlier, which should now be fixed. Please try again.

  • Jim Kiel says:

    Hey Mike
    Would love to see some form of a video credits template to use as a starter point. Any such animal?
    Jim

    • Mike Rankin says:

      Interesting idea, Jim. I’ve never seen that done in InDesign, so I’m not exactly sure what the file would look like. Do you have an example of what you have in mind?

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