Using the Content Conveyor


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Using the Content Conveyor

Adapting layouts for multiple page sizes can be a very time-consuming task. Depending on the complexity of your layout, you could spend hours copying, pasting, and transforming content from one document to another. InDesign CS6 has tools that offer you an entirely new way of reusing content, both within and across documents. Let's see how they work. One of the first things you might notice when you start using InDesign CS6 is that there are two new tools in the tool panel, right here between the Gap tool and the Type tool, and these are the Content Collector tool and the Content Placer tool.

When you select either one, InDesign displays a third tool called the Content Conveyor. The Conveyor doesn't really look or act like anything else inside InDesign. When you switch to a different tool it disappears, so if I press the V key on my keyboard to get my Selection tool, the Conveyor goes away. If the press B, the shortcut for the Content Collector and the Content Placer tools, the Conve...

Using the Content Conveyor
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Using the Content Conveyor provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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