Join Mike Rankin for an in-depth discussion in this video Adding content to a presentation, part of Creating a PDF Presentation.
…So far we've made a good foundation for…our presentation document with placeholder items organized into…master pages and layers, and we have some…styles that we can apply to text and objects.…Now let's add the actual content to our presentation slides.…I have my placeholder text frame and…image frame here, and I'll choose File>Place, and…in the links folder inside the exercise…files, you'll see these RTF files that correspond…to the eight reasons to study at Roux academy.…So I'll select them and click open, and I can click…on each page to place the text into the placeholder frames.…
And I'll go back to page one.…Now to apply the tax formatting quickly, what I did was set…up my paragraph styles to make use of InDesign's next style feature.…And you can see this is you go to the paragraph styles…panel and right-click on Slide Title and choose Edit Slide Title.…And then the general style options you can see next style is set to be slide text.…So to make this work, I'll select all the text in the frame.…And in the paragraph style's panel, I'll right-click on…
- Explain the concept behind master pages.
- Demonstrate how to set page transitions.
- Explain the methods used to create hyperlinks.
- Cite ways to add audio and video to an interactive presentation.
- Solve PDF problems in Adobe Acrobat.
- Explain why you shouldn't use the InDesign animation tools to create an interactive PDF.