Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Workflow requirements, part of Up and Running with InCopy CS5.
InCopy is incredibly flexible but in order for the workflow to work as …expected there are a few things you will need from an infrastructure standpoint. …First you need a shared server volume. In the past you may have been able to …work with other users by copying files to local hard drives, because once these …files were used they didn't really need to be accessed any longer. …However, in the InCopy InDesign workflow environment, a shared server volume is a must.…
Everyone needs to be able to access the files in the workflow in one central location. …Setting this up is not very hard, and if you need help, contact an IT professional …for assistance. Next, the fonts that are used to format …the content in an InDesign document, at least the content that will be shared …with other InCopy users. Must be installed on all users' machines. …If you work in a cross-platform environment, you will need to invest in …OpenType versions of your fonts, if you haven't already. …As PostScript and TrueType fonts are platform specific and do not work in a …
- 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
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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