Completing a project in InDesign


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Completing a project in InDesign

Okay, as the final step in the workflow, the designer has that layout open in Adobe InDesign, and they want to get it ready to send off to the commercial printer, so presumably all of the editors have signed off on their changes and everything is up to date. So now, what does the designer need to do in order to get this job out the door? The first thing we need to do is make sure that all of the linked InCopy stories have been updated in Adobe InDesign, and I can tell, right away, that at least one is out of date. That's what this little triangle next to the available icon means.

Let me zoom in with the Command+Plus or Ctrl+Plus. That means that it's out of date. You would also see that in the Links panel that it's out of date, just like an out of date image, and the Assignments panel; you'll see a little icon here saying that it's out of date. So, actually the best way to update everything is to open up the assignments panel, because there may be other stories that a...

Completing a project in InDesign
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Completing a project in InDesign provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Collaborative Workflows with InDesign and InCopy

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Design
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InCopy InDesign
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