Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Splitting the master document into articles, part of Designing a Digital Magazine.
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…It's now time to break up our continuous…flowing document into bite sized chunks, into individual articles.…In order for this to work, we need…to have the smart text reflow preference turned off.…I have already turned it off but lemme just point out where it is…because if we leave this on every time we delete pages they'll keep reappearing.…It's this one right here in the type preferences.…We've needed it on until now, but at this point we need to turn it off.…There is potential for things to go wrong here,…so make sure that you don't overwrite this original.…
I've called it master.…So we'll always have this to go back to if necessary.…The first section is the destination section, and…what's I'll, I'll be saving as first of all.…So File > Save As and I'm going to call it destinations_ page.…Now is, this is the first time that I'm introducing…this suffix to denote that it's a horizontal orientation article.…Then I'm going to come to the Pages panel and navigate to the next article.…
After destinations which is page six.…
- Setting up pages
- Adding and formatting content
- Choosing typefaces appropriate for the screen
- Creating the folio
- Adding interactivity
- Creating an app from a digital magazine
Skill Level Intermediate
Adobe Digital Publishing Suite Essential Trainingwith Bob Levine2h 33m Intermediate
1. Setting Up the Page
2. Adding and Formatting Content
3. Creating and Managing Articles
4. Typographic Choices
5. Creating the Folio
6. Adding Interactivity
7. Building an App
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