Exploring the Object Export options


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Exploring the Object Export options

In previous versions of InDesign, when you exported your content to HTML or EPUB you had little control over your images that basically, all export the same. If you wanted some of them treated differently, you had to use Photoshop to manually save each of the photos and then relink it back to the exported code. Or if you wanted to control the alignment or spacing of the images, you had to jump headfirst into CSS editing. Thankfully, there is a new feature called Object Export Options that lets you fine-tune your export of each object in the layout before you export.

To apply custom Object Export Options, I'm just going to select this object or image inside my layout and go to Object > Object Export Options. Inside my Export Options, I can set my alternate text, which we talked about in a previous video. I can also apply a specific PDF tag. Now in this case, I don't need to apply anything to this image. But if this was a color bar or a rule or some element that didn't reall...

Exploring the Object Export options
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Exploring the Object Export options provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5.5 New Features

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Design
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InDesign EPUB
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