Learn about creating a Publish Online document.
- [Instructor] As an alternative to making a screen PDF,…we can from InDesign create a Publish Online document.…I'll come up to this button at top right…and click Publish Online.…Let me just point out that those navigational arrows…that I added in the previous movie,…I've deleted them from this document because, as you'll see,…they won't be necessary.…So in my general options here,…I can give the document a title,…I can give it a description,…which I'll skip for now, choose my page range.…
I'm going to export as a spread…since it was designed as spreads.…And I want to allow my viewers…to download the document as a PDF.…I'll go ahead and now look at the advanced options.…I can choose an image for the cover thumbnail.…Unless I do otherwise, it will just use the first page.…And I have some options for my image settings.…So I'm going to leave the format at automatic…and change the resolution to 144…so that viewers can zoom in to a 200% view…and the images will still look crisp.…
As a compromise, I'm going to reduce the JPEG image quality…
- 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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