Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Synchronizing styles, part of Designing a Digital Magazine.
…We began with all of our content in a single document.…And we've now chucked it into bite size pieces…that will become the different articles of the folio.…But now we have six different pieces, the changes that…we make in one document to the styles or the colors.…Will be independent of the other documents, making…it a challenge to maintain consistency across the folio.…For that reason, we're going to use…the book feature to synchronize styles and swatches.…So, I'm going to begin by creating a new book.…
Now the book feature is more typically used in…long print documents, but it's just as applicable here.…So, to add documents to my Book panel,…I'd either choose Add Document from the menu or click on the plus.…And then, I'm going to add them all with the…exception of the ad which is its own independent entity.…I'm also going to change their order just to…reflect the running order of the text itself.…And then, we can open up any one of these by just double-clicking on it.…Let's open up this one.…
Now let's say for example I want to change the color of this paragraph style.…
- 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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