In metal typesetting, kerning was labour-intensive and expensive because the matrices had to be physically modified.It was therefore only employed on letter combinations which needed it the most, such as VA or AV.Maybe you should play around with Version Cue too so you can see if it has that ability. I am still looking for a way to keep a log of revisions I have done to my ID documents.Apparently, I am unable to use Version Cue because FWIU I need to purchase the entire Creative Suite to enable it.So I have a 200 page doent and I create it on , so when print it the date would auto print in a area I select, THEN if I go and make a change on page SIX on the date of , that date would print on that page, (page six ONLY)...... Hopefully what this In Design tutorial will show you is that page numbering in In Design is just as easy to do as it is any other program, and much easier than in most.Visual Basic for Applications can also be used to automate populating the date in Excel.The "NOW()" function is used to populate the date in Excel using either method.
Kerning adjusts the space between individual letter forms, while tracking (letter-spacing) adjusts spacing uniformly over a range of characters.
You can insert a text field in your PDF form that will automatically insert the current date.
This field uses a simple Java Script at the page level.
At that time, the word "kerning" only referred to manufacturing the sorts with kerns, while adjusting space between letters during compositing was called inter-spacing or letter spacing.
Because this method was not well-suited to some pairs of letters, ligatures were supplied for those glyph combinations, such as the French L’, or the combinations ff, fi and ffi.