Export Your Presentation And Embedded Fonts To Swf In Indesign Cs6


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Exporting your presentation and embedded fonts to SWF

Once you're done designing and building your presentation file, you need to export it to the Flash Player format, also known as SWF; if you've included things that InDesign can only export to SWF. This includes things like animations and multi-state objects. You can still have animations and multi-state objects in interactive PDF, but the first step is to export to SWF, then place this SWF back in InDesign, and then export a PDF. So let's look at the first step, exporting to SWF. So here I have my presentation document and it includes animations that have to be output in SWF format in order to work.

So I'm going to press Command+E or Ctrl+E to export, I'll export it to the Desktop, Flash Player SWF format, and click Save. We'll look at the General options. First of all, if I had selected objects on the page I could export just to Selection to SWF. I can export the whole document, or a range of pages, and new in CS6 is the ability to export just a specific layout, ...

Exporting your presentation and embedded fonts to SWF
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Exporting your presentation and embedded fonts to SWF provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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