5 Replies Latest reply on Jun 25, 2006 5:50 PM by (Phos±four_dots)

    Templates

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      Inspired by my pal Jim Dempsey's entry today on his GraphicMac blog, I thought it might be a good idea to start a new thread here to gather together links for pre-made templates.

      We may not always need cookie-cutter templates, because our projects require special customization, but it's nice to know they're available for quick, simple jobs.

      I'm moving some post below in from another thread in this sub-forum, and they're a little old. Apologies if some of the links below don't work.
      • 0. Re: Templates
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        CD/DVD/Cassette/VHS Templates; Disk printing, Tray Inserts and Booklets, Packaging, Mailers

        Various Formats.
        http://kyric.com/templates2/templates.html
        http://www.vhsdubs.com/templates.aspx
        http://www.digx.com/deitemplates.html
        http://www.dering.com/resources/templates.asp
        http://www.sonydadc.com/opencms/opencms/sites/am/Downloads/Design_Templates.html
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            Another place for free templates.
            http://www.oasiscd.com/graphics/
            • 2. Re: Templates
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              I just uploaded an InDesign template for a standard 4 page CD insert plus a tray card. It's one I created, and I like it better than any of the others I've found.
              • 3. Re: Templates
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                I've been seeing lots of requests for calendar templates lately, both on the Adobe forums and elsewhere.

                For that reason, I'll again suggest visiting the Incompetech.com site I mentioned above.

                The link below will take you to a "by-the-month" PDF calendar generator. Enter values for document size, language and the year, and the script will generate a savable PDF which you may then edit further if you choose.

                Pay attention to the linksthere are also generators for yearly calendars and one that generates calendars that show only weekdays (Monday through Friday).

                This is a handy resource:

                http://www.incompetech.com/beta/cal-monthly/
                • 5. Re: Templates
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                  First up, the link James provided today, from CopyCraft.com.

                  Calendars, brochures, business cards, CD/DVD/Cassette/Video boxes, booklets & inserts, Menus, and more, in PDF, EPS and JPEG formats:

                  http://www.copycraft.com/templates.html