Join Diane Burns for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating multiple signs in one file, part of Adapting an English Layout into Spanish with InDesign.
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…Here's what a file might look like with all…of the signs we've created so far in one file.…The first sign is 8 and a half by 11, the second one is…4 inches by 4 inches, and this sign is 7 inches by 5 inches.…I'm going to start with our exit sign.…If you've already created your signs in separate…files, you can simply drag them into one file.…I'm going to save this file under a different name.…We'll call it combo sign and save it.…Now the next step is to arrange your documents side by side.…
The easiest way to do that is to come to the Arrange Documents icon.…I want this combo sign next to my cell phone sign.…I am going to click on the cell phone sign to make sure that it's…active and then I'll open the pages panel to put this page into our combo…sign file is a simple matter of dragging the…icon from the pages panel over this new file.…Yes, we know the page size is different.…That's the whole point.…When I click OK, I get to indicate the location of…the new page in this file after page 1 is fine.…
So when I click OK, I now have a…
Want to learn more? Check out Multilingual Publishing Strategies with InDesign.
- How to get your text translated
- Prepping files for translation
- Inserting special characters in Spanish text
- Creating a bilingual sign
- Setting up different languages on different layers
- Formatting Spanish text
- Translating image files