How to Preview a Folio with the Content Viewer


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Using the Content Viewer to preview a folio

You wouldn't print a book or launch a web site without proofing and testing them first to make sure that everything came out the way you wanted. The same goes for DPS projects. After you build folios and articles, it's important that you preview them. You can quickly get a sense of the look and feel of your publication by previewing it in the Content Viewer application. The Adobe Content Viewer is a separate application from InDesign. It comes in both mobile and desktop versions. The desktop version of the content viewer is an AIR application that's automatically installed when you install the Folio Producer tools.

If you want to preview your folios on your mobile device then you can download the mobile version of the Content Viewer for free from the app stores for your device. In order to preview a folio with the desktop viewer the articles in the folio must all have the same aspect ratio and orientation. So you won't be able to preview a folio that has both a horizontal ...

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

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