Packaging


show more Packaging provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Newsletter show less
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Packaging

Once your newsletter has been printed, the final step is to archive that project so that you gather up all the assets used in the project, all of the placed images, which may have come from a variety of different folders. In this case, they all came from the same folder, but realistically they may have come from a variety of different folders. You have to gather up all of those assets and save them as one tidy package and then you can just archive that on your external hard drive or burn it to a DVD.

Or however it is that you handle the back up of finished jobs. Packaging may also be useful if your printer requests that you send them the InDesign file. It's also useful if at any point, you decide that you need to move this InDesign document from one machine to another. Maybe you started the project to work and you want to take it home with you. You need to move not just the InDesign document but also all of the linked images that have been placed in the InDesign document and all o...

Packaging
Video duration: 3m 17s 3h 22m Intermediate

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Packaging provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Nigel French as part of the Designing a Newsletter

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Design
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Illustrator InDesign
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