Setting up a presentation file with layers


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Setting up a presentation file with layers

Clear organization is one of the keys to success with presentations. You can make your presentation files a lot easier to work with and save yourself time and effort by organizing the content into layers. And when it comes to organizing your presentation document, you don't have to go wild creating tons of layers. Just like the design of your presentation, its construction should be as simple and straightforward as you can make it. You can probably set up most presentations with a standard approach to layering that uses just five layers: navigation, text, images, background, and guides.

If you want to add a layer for media or if you're doing several different versions of a presentation for different audiences, then go ahead and create those layers as needed. So to get started, let's create a new document. And in the dialog box if you're not seeing more options, be sure to select that. I have three choices for Intent: Print, Web, and Digital Publishing. I don't want to choo...

Setting up a presentation file with layers
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Setting up a presentation file with layers provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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