Exporting stories from the layout


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Exporting stories from the layout

All right, designers. Welcome to Chapter 12. I take it that you've decided to skip past all that stuff about InCopy itself to see what it is that you need to do in InDesign to make your layouts editable to your editorial colleagues and you're at the right place. All right, so we're looking at the full HanselandPetal_Catalog and we are taking the stance that this project is almost done. Most of the text has been placed from Word files or they're pickups from previous catalogs. We do have some places where we don't have any text yet, but we do have the text frames in place and that's perfectly fine as well.

What we want to do is make this catalog, make all these text frames editable for the InCopy user. So let's review a couple of the principles from an earlier chapter. For example, we have placed the catalog on the server. So here we have our Server folder with the project folder right here and here's the catalog that we have opened in temp file that InDesign...

Exporting stories from the layout
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Exporting stories from the layout 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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