Use the Story Editor InDesign CS6


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Using the Story Editor

It's time for me to talk about one of my favorite features in InDesign. It's not a particularly flashy feature, but it's incredibly helpful to anyone who needs to write or edit text inside InDesign. And that feature is Story Editor. And it's like having a little Word Processor built right into InDesign. Let me show you. I have my roux_article file open from the Exercise folder and I am going to jump to the second spread by pressing Option+Page Down or Alt+Page Down. I want to edit some of the text in here, but instead of zooming in and trying to find the text, I'm simply going to select the frame itself, go to the Edit menu and choose Edit in Story Editor, or I could Command+Y or Ctrl+Y on Windows.

Up comes a nice neutral window, just like a Text Editor. I'm not distracted by fonts or size or anything like that, it's just a neutral window and I can make this as wide as I want and it will reflow to any size. And I will tell you the one thing that I really disli...

Using the Story Editor
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Using the Story Editor 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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