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Join Adobe InDesign and publishing expert Mike Rankin as he explains how to use InDesign to design a wide range of digital documents, including interactive PDFs and apps for the iPad. This course provides a tour of digital publishing trends and shows how to bring these trends to bear in various projects, such as a slide presentation, a PDF form, and an interactive portfolio. Mike also introduces the Adobe Digital Publishing Suite and shows how to publish dynamic interactive documents to the iPad and other mobile devices.
Congratulations on completing InDesign CS6 Interactive Documents! I hope these movies gave you a clear understanding of what kinds of interactivity you can build with InDesign. I also hope you'll be inspired to experiment with these tools to create new and interesting kinds of interactive features, things that make your documents and presentations more engaging and effective than ever. If you want to know more about InDesign CS6, I recommend you watch David Blatner's InDesign CS6 Essential Training, and Anne- Marie Concepcion's InDesign CS6 New Features.
If you want to know more about working with interactive PDFs checkout Anne-Marie's Acrobat X Tips and Tricks and for more information on eBooks for the iPad and Kindle, check out her Creating a Fixed-Layout EPUB, InDesign CS5.5 to EPUB, Kindle and iPad. I'm Mike Rankin and thanks for watching!
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