Join Chad Chelius for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with remote users, part of Learning InCopy CS5.
In certain workflows, there are times when you have an editor or an author …working remotely without access to the files on your server, fortunately …Indesign and Incopy have a way of working with this situation. …I'm beginning this video with Indesign opened on my computer. …And I'm going to go to the File menu and I'm going to choose Open. …And I'm going to navigate to my project files folder in the collaborating folder, …and the collaborating_remote folder, and I'm going to open the flowers_1.indd file, …and choose Open. And if I go to my Assignments panel, …you'll notice that I have a couple of assignments that I have created for …different uses. Now in addition, I've got one story that …is in the Unassigned and Copy content folder, so I'm going to create a New …Assignment, and I'm going to call this one Remote, that way I know what this is used for.…
Now as far as the location for this file, I'm going to leave it set to the default …location, it's going to put it in my Assignments folder, and its going to call it …
- 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
InDesign CS5 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner10h 33m Beginner
InDesign: Creating Long Documents (2012)with Mike Rankin4h 59m Intermediate
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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