Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Opening and getting around a document, part of Introducing InDesign.
- In this movie I'll show you how to open…an existing InDesign document, that is…something you've created and saved in the past.…I'll also show you how to get around that document…by which I mean, zoom-in for a closer look,…and zoom-out to take in an entire page.…Now, if you're a Premium member of Lynda.com…and you have access to my exercise files,…I want you to go up to the File menu…and choose the open command.…And this is a command that you'll be using…on a regular basis to open documents…that you've created in the past,…but it also allows you to open documents…created by other people on different machines…whether they're using a Mac or a PC.…
You also have a shortcut of "Ctrl O" here on a PC…or "Command O" on a Mac.…And that will bring up the Open a File dialog box.…Now notice that I've got two versions of this file…that's called Photoshop 3D notes; there is an "indd" version…which you can open in the most recent version…of InDesign CC, but if you're using an older version…of the software, that is InDesign CS6 or earlier,…
- Creating a new InDesign document
- Navigating in InDesign
- Creating and formatting text
- Formatting text with paragraph styles
- Creating dynamic hyperlinks
- Adding, deleting, and moving pages
- Importing, cropping, and scaling photos
- Placing artwork
- Stacking and layering objects
- Wrapping text around a graphic
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Document and Setup
2. Rulers and Guides
Working with the rulers4m 4s
3. Text and Formatting
4. Automated Formatting
5. Pages and Pouring
6. Photos and Graphics
7. Combining Type and Graphics
8. Publishing Your Document
Next steps1m 11s
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