Join Anne-Marie Concepción for an in-depth discussion in this video Endnotes: Optional and custom settings, part of InDesign CC 2018 New Features.
- [Instructor] Now let's look at end notes…in a little bit more depth.…We're looking at an earlier version of this document…that I used in the previous video.…This document has no end notes, and no foot notes,…so we're starting fresh.…Another change that I made from the previous document…is I made sure to split each chapter's worth of text…into its own threaded story.…I think in the other document it was one long threaded story…for the entire book.…That's important because with end notes,…you have the choice of putting the end notes…at the end of the entire document…or at the end of each story…which assumably would be a chapter or section in your book.…
Let's go ahead to the first page of content.…I like to jump right in and we'll go ahead…and add an end note, and see what happens…with the default settings.…I'll click right after soldier.…I'll right click and choose insert end note…and it jumped me to a new page.…Indesign created a new page, created a new frame…for the end note.…Let's zoom in here.…Put my cursor blinking, in there…
- Dynamic, automated endnotes
- Creating more accessible PDFs
- Filtering font lists by class and similarity
- Using paragraph borders
- Linking text frames in CC Libraries
- Exporting cleaner HTML
- Specifying object size and position in an object style
- Using InDesign templates from Adobe Stock
- Accessing the Duden dictionary for German text
Skill Level Appropriate for all
Q: This course was updated on 04/09/2018. What changed?
A: This update covers the changes, including new features and bug fixes, in InDesign CC 2018.1. An overview of the changes can be found in chapter one. Highlights included updates to endnotes and the ability to export PDFs one page at a time.