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Peachpit Press is offering a 35% off list price discount on Adobe InDesign Styles on the web site and use the discount code INDESIGNSTYLES.

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14 Responses to “Save 35% on InDesign Styles at”

  1. is there a time frame on this promotion? will be getting the book but want to know if I need to act now to get this great discount!

  2. Robert — There’s no time limit on it that I know of.

  3. Peter Kemp says:


    Bought the book. Love it. Some really great info that goes far beyond the basics. Tried to get the extra content and the PP website tells me I’m already registered and I don’t see any way to get the extra content. Can you help?

  4. Peter — I’m looking into that myself. The URL on the back cover is not set up on the Peachpit site either. I will post an update when everything’s wired up properly. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  5. Gary Spedding says:

    Yes please let us know when that content is uploaded. Though this was the first time that a book ordered through them was automatically registered. Usually you have to do it manually once you have the book in hand.

    I suspect it is still too early to be uploaded yet.

  6. Hi Michael,
    I received my copy of your book in the post. Have to say that after an ordinary day at work, the book has made my day. By the way, I was able to download the extra chapters by going through my accounts page on peachpit.

    Thanks again.

  7. Love the book – just doing (and keeping track of) screenshots must have taken weeks! (Also appreciate that there’s ne’er a Windows window in the whole book. I don’t have any ALT keys anyway.)

    Now, maybe you’ll tell me how you got chapter numbers into the TOC. If my chapters are separate documents (and numbered by their book position relative to chapter 1), how do I “retrieve” the chapter numbers for the TOC, which is yet another document.

  8. Is there a way to contact Michael Murphy directly?

  9. @Peter & Gary (and everyone else who had trouble with downloading the extra chapters initially), you need to be logged into your Peachpit account, then click the Account link at the top of the page. You’ll be taken to a list of your registered products, and there’ll be an “Access to protected content” link which will get you to the download page for the two extra chapters.

  10. Bought the book after watching your Videos… Just great… Nothing else to say… Well written, concise, precise, to the point….

    Thanks a million times

  11. Just wondering how you get the extra chapters if you bought the book at Amazon?

  12. Craig —
    It doesn’t matter where you bought the book. Just register it at using the ISBN number on the back cover and you’ll get access to the downloadable chapters.

  13. Thanks for a fantastic book Michael.
    It’s straight to the point, full of valuable efficiency tips and an enjoyable read. I’ve been able to shave a day off the usual production time on my monthly magazine already… which is priceless. Wish I’d gotten hold of your book sooner!

    Also, I’m wondering if in a future podcast you’d be able to cover best practice/most efficient way of receiving text from contributors in your experience. (I have a team who are willing to format the text prior, using Word para styles that i set up for them, but I’m also keen to harness the “next style” function for the more style repetitive columns.)

  14. Katy — Thanks so much for taking the time to provide this great feedback. It’s much appreciated. I will keep that on the list of podcast topics. It is a good one, and a pretty common issue for many people. Unfortunately, one of the key features that helps make it easier has been “broken” in CS4 (see the related post). But maybe that broken feature makes it worth a podcast just to get the word out to Adobe to fix it.