If you find yourself continually changing settings when you open a document, you might benefit from setting some preferences and defaults in InCopy to standardize those settings moving forward. Learn how to do this and about some of the more useful settings and defaults that you can define in InCopy.
- [Narrator] There are several defaults and preferences…that can be defined in InCopy to standardize…on how users work with files.…Setting these options ahead of time,…can alleviate the need for users to enable or disable them…each time they create a document.…Let me show you how this is done.…The first thing I'm going to do…is show you the preferences inside of InDesign.…And one of the things I want to point out here…is that I'm on the Mac platform…so they're found under the InCopy menu…if you're on windows, they'll be found under the edit menu…so if you click on that respective menu…and choose preferences;…I'm going to go ahead and go to the interface category.…
Now, as you can see there are a lot of different preferences…that determine how InCopy works with documents.…So you can adjust these on your own,…covering every single one of these is beyond the scope…of this course but what I did want to show you is…the default interface in InCopy is using what they call…the medium dark theme and some people like this,…
- Customizing the Galley and Story views
- Navigating a document
- Saving a workspace
- Creating a story in Adobe InDesign
- Creating a story in Adobe InCopy
- Formatting text and using styles
- Transitioning content from Microsoft Word into InCopy
- Moving content from InDesign to InCopy
- Creating and editing tables
- Using Track Changes
- Creating text macros
- Working with graphics in InCopy
- Exporting to PDF
Skill Level Beginner
InDesign CC 2015 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner9h 35m Beginner
1. Get Familiar with InCopy
2. Initiate Your Workflow
3. Work within the InDesign/InCopy Workflow
4. Work within InCopy
5. Export and Print
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