Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Exporting content from InDesign to InCopy stories, part of Up and Running with InCopy CS5.
Another way to create stories for use in InCopy is to take text that already …exists in InDesign and export to an external InCopy story. …Let me show you how. I'm beginning this video with InDesign …open on my computer, and I'm going to open an existing layout. …So, to do that I'll go to the file menu and choose open. …And I want to navigate to the collaborating three folder in my project files folder. …I'm going to select the perennials underscore one dot indd file and I'll …choose open. Now, this particular InDesign layout is …composed of artwork, images and text. Now, I want to take the text in this …document, I want to export them to stories so that InCopy users can refine …and edit this text to make it look the way that it should.…
So to begin, I'm going to go ahead and turn off Preview mode just so we can see …the raw elements, and I'm going to use the shortcut on Mac Cmd+Spacebar, or …Ctrl+Spacebar on Windows. Just going to click and drag around this …first text frame at the top of the screen. …
- 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
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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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