Save and Revert documents InDesign CS6


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Saving and reverting documents

Once you have a new document or you're editing an already existing document, you should save it to disk. For example, if I select some of these objects over here and just drag them to the right. Now suddenly I have changed my document and I can tell that I have change the document, because there is a small asterisk up here in the tab. That asterisk means this document has changed since the last time I saved it. But when I go to the File menu, I see that there are actually three different ways to save my document Save, Save As and Save a Copy.

Let me talk for a moment about what the differences are. Save, you've probably had lots of experience with if you've used any other software. It simply saves over the current document. Save As, is slightly different, it lets you rename the document to anything else. For example, I can change this to 03B, and it lets you choose a different location for the document. It also gives you an option of what format to save it in, a document, a tem...

Saving and reverting documents
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Saving and reverting documents provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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