Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video How this course is updated, part of Getting Started with InDesign.
- As you probably know, Adobe is now updating InDesign periodically throughout the year and so I'm going to be regularly updating this title too so that we stay up-to-date as much as possible. For example the version of InDesign that came out in June of 2015 is called the 2015 Version of InDesign CC. Then the second release would be called 2015.1, then 2015.2 and so on. You can see if Adobe has released any new versions by using the Creative Cloud app, up here in the menu bar on the Mac or on the taskbar on Windows or here in InDesign you can go to the help menu and choose updates.
And whenever there's a new feature that I need to talk about or a movie has to be updated with some new information you'll see it marked in the table of contents with its version number. Now if the changes are so small that it doesn't really affect what I'm teaching I may not call out the differences. So that means your version of InDesign may look very slightly different than mine. If that happens you don't have to worry about it. Also when you open the files from the exercise folder you'll probably see some of them up here with the word converted in the title bar.
That just indicates that you've opened a file in a slightly newer version. It's not a problem. And you can work with the file exactly the same way I do in the movie.
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