Learn about some considerations for working with templates.
- [Instructor] So in this movie…I want to talk about working with templates…and with library items but just before I do so,…an update on where we are with the newsletter.…I went ahead and added all of those repeating elements…that I'm referring to as page furniture…and I also, since I forgot to do it earlier,…removed the page number from page eight.…So templates.…You may be thinking,…well, isn't it good to work with a template and yes, it is…but somebody has to create that template…in the first instance.…
We're doing this from scratch.…So our scenario here is that we're creating this newsletter.…This is the July issue.…When we do the August issue,…we will use the July issue as our template for that issue…but the first time around, you have to put in a lot of work…and it's an investment for every issue…that you do thereafter.…That said, there are some third party options for you…that might fast track your project.…If this all seems a bit onerous…then you can use the third party template.…
So I'm going to go to Adobe Stock and I'm just going to type in…
- Planning a newsletter
- Choosing a color palette
- Using a template and library items
- Placing and cleaning up text
- Creating and applying styles
- Working with images
- Evaluating, choosing, and placing images
- Working with inline images
- Preflighting the document
- Creating a print-ready PDF
- Creating a screen version of the newsletter
Skill Level Beginner
1. Planning the Newsletter
2. Working with Text
3. Working with Images
4. Printing the Newsletter
5. Creating a Screen Version of the Newsletter
Create a screen PDF5m 14s
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