Join David Blatner for an in-depth discussion in this video Understanding InDesign color settings, part of InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics.
Everyone wants to get more consistent color. Everyone wants to trust the colors…that you see on screen and get better, more accurate output, but to accomplish…this we have to delve into the realm of color management. Now Chris Murphy,…who co-authored the great book "Real World Color Management", notes that…talking about color management in InDesign can quickly become, in his words,…explosively complex. And that is so true! In fact, even though I am going to…talk quite a bit about color management here in this chapter, if I use words or…concepts that are mysterious to you in any way, I encourage you to go view his…video title on the Online Training Library, called Color Management Essential…Training. He goes much further into this than I can in this title.…
Okay. That said, let's dive in and tackle InDesign's Color Settings dialog box,…which you can find by going to the Edit menu and choosing Color Settings.…The Color Settings dialog box has a lot of very confusing features, but let's take…
- Automating with Data Merge and XML
- Optimizing page layouts
- Using advanced effects
- Creating interactive documents
- Integrating with Illustrator
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Shortcuts You Have to Know
2. Grids, Guides, and Columns
3. Layout Techniques
4. Images, Paths, and Effects
5. Text and Typography
6. Text Styles
7. Long Documents
8. Interactive Documents
9. Color Techniques
10. Color Management
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