Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Save text objects to a CC Library, part of Learning the Adobe Creative Cloud (2018).
- [Instructor] Creative Cloud now allows you…to store text objects,…that can be reused between InDesign and Illustrator.…There are several variants on how these objects can be used,…so let me show you how they work.…Now, I'm starting this video…with the LM magazine text document open…and what I've done here is on this spread,…which is the spread for page 20 and 21,…you'll notice that over here, on the pasteboard,…I have a text frame with some text inside of it.…
Now, what I'm gonna do is,…I'm gonna open my CC's libraries panel…and I'm gonna add this object to that panel.…And so I'm gonna show you a couple of ways we can do this.…We can click on the + sign in the lower, left corner.…And if you uncheck all of these, except for Text,…that will allow you to add the text…to the CC Libraries panel.…Now, another way, is to simply grab this frame…and just drag it, and drop it onto the CC Libraries panel.…
And you're gonna notice that, way up here,…we have an object called Text 1.…And maybe what I'll do is rename that.…
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 Intermediate
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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