Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Exercise files, part of InDesign Typography Part 2.
- [Voiceover] If you are a premium member of Lynda.com, you have access to the exercise files used throughout this title. You can download the exercise files folder, and the files are arranged by chapter. If you're a monthly or annual member of Lynda.com, you don't have access to these exercise files, but you can still follow along with files of your own. Because this is a course on typography, I'll be using a number of different fonts. I'm using fonts available on Adobe Typekit, and if you have a Creative Cloud subscription.
You'll have access to these same fonts. If you don't, then substitute for fonts of your own, with similar qualities. If you open a document containing a font that you don't currently have synced, you'll have the option to sync it through Typekit. When you see this missing fonts message, make sure that this box is checked, sync fonts, and after a brief pause, the font will be synced and will appear correctly in the document.
To get the most from this course, make sure to watch InDesign Typography Part 1.
- Text flow and text threading
- Placeholders and text frames
- Type alignment
- Indents, insets, and spacing
- Bullet and numbered lists
- Text wrap
- Formatting with styles
- Hyphenation and line breaks
- Combining typefaces
- White space and grids
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Text Flow
3. Indents, Insets, and Spacing
4. Typical Formatting Scenarios
5. Global Formatting with Styles
6. Controlling Text
7. Design Considerations
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