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Creating Long Documents with InDesign shows designers how to create book-length documents in workflows with multiple users—using both InDesign features and third-party plug-ins. Publishing veteran Mike Rankin focuses on long document elements such as page and chapter numbering, table of contents, cross-references, and indexes. The course also provides an overview of document construction, from creating master pages and applying consistent formatting with styles to placing text and images and outputting to both print and interactive PDF.
This video concludes our look at creating long documents in InDesign. I hope you enjoyed the videos and that they gave you a lot of valuable information you can put to use in your work. If you want to learn more about using InDesign, I can heartily suggest that you check out some of the other titles in the lynda.com Online Training Library. If you need to produce e-books from your long documents, watch Anne-Marie Concepcion's InDesign to Kindle, EPUB and iPad, as well as James Fritz's InDesign CS5.5 New Features. If you need to learn about automated publishing with XML, check out Jim Maivald's Dynamic Publishing Workflows in XML, and of course there's always David Blatner's InDesign Essential Training and Beyond the Basics titles, just chockfull of an amazing amount of InDesign information.
Thanks again for watching, and I wish you great success in your work with long documents.
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