Join Anne-Marie Concepción for an in-depth discussion in this video Specifying size in an object style, part of InDesign CC 2018 New Features.
- [Instructor] Another feature…that InDesign users have been asking for forever is how…to include an object's width and height, it's size,…in an object style.…And InDesign CC 2018 finally delivers.…Let's take a look at how that works.…We're looking at a two page spread from a magazine…that's kind of messed up, and we want to rapidly format this…and lay it out.…Here we have an image on the left.…Let's zoom in a bit.…And a lot of formatting has been applied to it.…Let's look at it in Preview mode.…
It has this cool border going around it.…I think it has some sort of text wrap applied, it does.…And it is this particular width.…And let's say that we want to apply this same formatting…to these other images that I've already brought in…and placed as is.…Well, just like with any style,…the best way to attack this is to manually format…an example, like this one, select it,…then go to Object Styles and create a new style based on it.…I'm going to option or alt+click on New Style…to open up the dialog box,…and we'll call this, let's call it one column picture.…
- 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 Intermediate
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.