Linking objects


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Linking objects

InDesign CS6 is all about easily repurposing your content for different output devices and for different sizes of pages and screens. So I showed in a previous video how easy it is, using the new Content Collector tools, to copy and paste, basically, objects from one layout to another. I want to take this a step further and talk about linking those objects as we are copying and pasting. Now you may be familiar with a feature that was introduced in CS5.5 called linked content, and that still exists in CS6.

Essentially, how that works is you use your Type tool and you click inside of a text frame, and then instead of selecting all and copying and pasting into a new text frame in a different document, you could go to the Edit menu and choose Place and Link. And when you choose Place and Link, in CS6 the Content Conveyor automatically opens. And this actually bothers me, so I'm going to choose Hide Content Conveyer, because I don't really need it for this purpose. So I will go to the Vie...

Linking objects
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Linking objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the InDesign CS6 New Features

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Design
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