Join James Fritz for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating a title and content slides, part of InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations.
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Just about every page of InDesign has a tiny letter on it.…This means it is connected to a master page,…similar to how PowerPoint and Keynote have master slides.…We have already created a navigation master that we worked on in the previous…video, but now let's create a title and a content slide.…Let's begin by creating another master page.…I am going to go to our Pages Panel menu and choose New Master.…We're going to base it on the A-nav, which we made earlier.…Let's name it "Title".…We'll make one more.…Go to the Panel menu. Choose New Master.…
We'll base it on the A-nav, and we'll call it "Content".…Now, let's go back to the title master.…On the title master, we're going to select the background layer, grab…the Graphic Frame tool,…and we're going to click and drag and draw a background frame.…Let's lock that layer.…This way, we have a frame ready to put our background graphic in, but we don't…have to accidentally select it.…Now that we've finished the background, let's create some text frames for our headlines.…
- Studying new trends in digital design
- Creating a PDF and SWF presentation
- Building different navigation systems
- Creating interactive slideshows
- Animating a presentation as a SWF in InDesign
- Designing an interactive microsite
- Adding video and audio to a document
- Building an interactive TOC with buttons
- Using InDesign and Flash to build an interactive catalog
- InDesign to Flash production tips
Skill Level Intermediate
InDesign CS5 Essential Trainingwith David Blatner10h 33m Beginner
1. Trends in Digital Design
2. Setting Up InDesign for Designing Digital Documents
3. Presentation File Format Options and Tips
4. Creating a Simple PDF or SWF Slide Presentation
5. Adding Advanced PDF Presentation Options
6. Building the Presentation as a Complex SWF File
7. Creating an Interactive Microsite
8. Creating an interactive Mood Board
9. Creating an Interactive Catalog
10. Converting from InDesign to Flash Professional
11. Production Tips for Going from InDesign to Flash
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