Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Add text styles to a CC Library, part of Learning the Adobe Creative Cloud.
- [Instructor] Text styles provide a way…to store the appearance of text in a Creative Cloud Library…that can be reused in other projects…and other applications as well.…Let's take a look at the options you have…and how to add text styles to a Creative Cloud Library.…Now, I'm starting here in the LM_magazine_styles document…within InDesign, and I like to add my styles in InDesign…because of all the programs,…InDesign has the most style attributes of all of them.…
Illustrator probably second place, and then on from there.…But, for example, the span feature in InDesign…literally doesn't exist in any of the other applications.…It's important for you to understand…that the other applications when you reuse these styles…are going to use the most common denominator…to control what attributes are applied…to the text in those other programs.…So, by creating the style in InDesign,…I'm kinda grabbing the maximum amount of attributes.…
And then when I reuse them,…they'll use the appropriate attributes from there.…So, I'm gonna start here.…
Chad explains how to sign up for Creative Cloud and install programs and updates. He shows how to upload, download, and manage files in the cloud, and reviews the sharing and collaboration workflow. Then he demonstrates how to store and share reusable assets in CC Libraries and explores some additional, lesser-known services, such as Typekit, Adobe Stock, and Adobe Capture. Finally, Chad shows how to use the Creative Cloud and other Adobe mobile apps to take your work anywhere your creativity leads.
- Signing up for Creative Cloud
- Installing Creative Cloud on Mac and Windows
- Installing CC apps
- Working with files
- Creating and sharing CC libraries
- Identifying and saving colors, fonts, and shapes with Adobe Capture
- Creating patterns and brushes with Adobe Capture
- Using the Adobe mobile apps
Skill Level Appropriate for all
InDesign CC 2017 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner6h 43m Beginner
1. Get Started with the Creative Cloud
2. Work with Desktop Apps
3. Creative Cloud Files
4. Creative Cloud Libraries
5. Creative Cloud Services
6. Adobe Capture
7. Mobile Apps
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