Setting preferences for interactive documents


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Setting preferences for interactive documents

Creating a layout in InDesign is important, but if you do not set up your preferences correctly, you may find yourself making manual changes to your preferences endlessly with every document that you make. InDesign has two types of preferences: global and local. A global preference is a change that you make with no document opened. For example, if you want to work in inches, and you change your preferences into inches with no document opened, every document you create will always be in inches. But if you make a document and you realize it's in picas, and then you decide, I want to work in inches, and you change your preferences to inches with a document opened, that's considered a local preference.

The next document that you make will be back in picas again. That's why it's best to make changes to your preferences with no document opened, so it affects every document that you create. We're going to begin by closing our Welcome Screen and clicking Don't show agai...

Setting preferences for interactive documents
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Setting preferences for interactive documents provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Fritz as part of the InDesign CS5: Interactive Documents and Presentations

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Design Web
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InDesign
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