Learn about gathering up all the assets used into a single folder for archival purposes, so that they're ready to be used for the next issue.
- [Instructor] As a final step we want…to archive the project.…Throughout the course of the Newsletter…you may have placed images from a variety…of different folders,…possibly from a variety of different file servers…and we now want to gather everything up…into a single folder so that when you come…to work on the next month's or the next quarter's issue…you've got everything there in a tidy package.…So I'm going to come to the file menu and choose package.…
This used to be used for preparing a project…for printing and you would send the package…to the printer.…These days, most printers tend to prefer to receive…a print-ready PDF because it's easier for them…and it's less prone to error.…But this is still a useful feature for archival purposes.…We see a warning triangle here telling us…that we have RGB images.…We're not concerned about that because we are using…a PDF preset that converts the colors to CMYK.…
So we can now move on and just click package.…It's warning us that we need to save the publication.…We can fill out this form of printing instructions…
- Planning a newsletter
- Choosing a color palette
- Using a template and library items
- Placing and cleaning up text
- Creating and applying styles
- Working with images
- Evaluating, choosing, and placing images
- Working with inline images
- Preflighting the document
- Creating a print-ready PDF
- Creating a screen version of the newsletter
Skill Level Beginner
1. Planning the Newsletter
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Images
4. Printing the Newsletter
5. Creating a Screen Version of the Newsletter
Create a screen PDF5m 14s
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