In this video, begin dividing the book into sections through the application of a paragraph style that incorporates a page break.
- [Instructor] In this step, I want to add some structure … to the document. … The book is made up of six parts. … Each part begins on a new right-hand page … and has different formats. … I'm looking here at the finished version, … the first page of the text itself … and when I zoom in, we see that the part number … is in small caps and the part title … is in italic and this is all actually one paragraph, … so we'll be using a nested style … to automate the formatting of this … but before we get to that, … we're going to be using find change to apply the formats … to all six parts. … Here I am in the work in progress … and here is the first instance of the parts. … I'll select this text, I'm going actually going … to make it look the way I want the titles to look … which is in the larger italic. … So, I'm going to increase the type size to 18 point … and the leading value to 30 … and the type style to italic. … I'll come to my Paragraph Formats … and remove the first line indent … and center the type. …
- Setting up an InDesign workspace
- Adjusting the page size and margins
- Placing text
- Applying text styles
- Automating formatting
- Adding footnotes and headers
- Placing images
- Fixing text details
- Creating the front matter
- Creating the cover
- Exporting the final book
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign CC: Designing a Magazine Layoutwith Nigel French1h 51m Intermediate
EPUB Accessibility Using InDesignwith Laura Brady2h 41m Intermediate
1. Getting Started
2. Document Setup and Strategy
3. Placing Text
4. Styling the Text
5. Working with Images
6. Finessing Text Composition
7. Creating the Front Matter
8. Creating the Cover
9. Preparing for Print
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