8 Toggle power
Double-clicking on an image using InDesign’s Selection or Direct Selection tools now lets you toggle between the content and its object frame, allowing you to transform the image without affecting the frame itself.

9 Multi-state support
InDesign now supports the use of multi-state objects, such as when a user clicks a button in a SWF file to change content. When using the Object States panel, a multi-state layout item can show different text in a variety of languages, or different slideshow images.

10 Super Step & Repeat
The Option/Alt-drag object duplication method is now enhanced by a grid mode in InDesign. To create multiple and equally-spaced duplicate objects, just release the Option/Alt key and use the arrow buttons, but remember to hold the mouse down as you drag and change from Option/Alt to the arrow keys.