Three Main Views of a File in InDesign and InCopy


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Three main views of a file

All right, let's get started exploring InCopy. Now before we open up any of the layout files, let me talk about a couple preferences that you might want to change in InCopy. When you make these changes with no documents open, they become new application defaults. For example, one default that drives me crazy is how InCopy automatically opens every assignment or layout in Story view, which has its uses definitely, but is kind of disorienting when you first open up a file.

So instead, let's change the default view to Layout view. So in InCopy go to your View menu, and you'll see that there's a check mark next to Story view, just choose Layout view. All right, you can go back and check, and you will see the check mark is next to Layout view. So now, whenever you open up layouts and assignments they will open up in that view, by default. The other thing that you might want to change is the default workspace. Essentials is currently the default workspace, and what drives me crazy ...

Three main views of a file
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Three main views of a file 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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