This videos shows how to place, crop, and scale graphics using Adobe InCopy.
- [Instructor] Now I have to say that the primary use…of InCopy for most organizations…is the editing of text content within…an InDesign layout or assignment.…Now that being said, I've encountered several situations…where someone in an organization…needs to have the ability to alter photos…and graphics in a layout as well.…Take a photo editor as one simple example.…So let me walk you through how this could work…if you want to take advantage of this feature.…So I have the Graphics.indd file open…inside of InDesign right now,…because I want to show you how we can…export the graphic or the graphic frame…so that it can be edited inside of InCopy.…
So I'm going to scroll down a little bit,…and we're going to go to this particular spread,…which is page 26, and I'm going to select…this empty graphic frame,…because I want to give somebody else…the ability to place a picture into this frame.…So with this frame selected,…I'm going to come up here to the Edit menu,…I'm going to choose InCopy, Export, Selection.…Obviously this time it's not a text frame,…
- 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
Next steps and resources1m 14s
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