Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a new document, part of Learning InCopy CS5.
To begin marking in InCopy you need to create a new document, there are a few …things you should understand when you're doing this, let's take a look. …I'm begninning this video with InCopy already opnned on my computer and I can …create a new document in one of two ways, I can come up here to the command bar and …I click on the first icon which is New Document. …So if I click on that button, it will create a new blank document for me, but …I'm going to go ahead and close that document by clicking on the X in the tab …for this untitled document, and instead I'm going to go to the File menu and choose New.…
And you'll notice that when I choose that option, it allows me to define certain …parameters about this document. So for example, the first thing I can do …is turn on and off facing pages. I usually turn this off at this point in …time, because you have to remember the article or story that we're creating …right now doesn't really have any meaning from a structural standpoint. …It doesn't really reflect exactly the InDesign layout. …
- Understanding the role of InCopy
- The InCopy interface and workspaces
- Working with InCopy documents
- Creating InCopy stories
- Workflows between InCopy and InDesign
- Using Track Changes and notes
- Working faster with built-in tools
- Printing and exporting
Skill Level Beginner
InDesign CS5 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner10h 33m Beginner
1. Getting to Know InCopy
2. Working with InCopy Documents
4. Working Faster with Built-In Tools
5. Printing and Exporting
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