Join Justin Seeley for an in-depth discussion in this video Using object style export options, part of InDesign CC 2013 New Features.
As someone who has to deal with alot of InDesign documents, especially long …InDesign documents, I'm a huge proponent of using Styles, whether that's Character …and Paragraph Styles or Object Styles. And, one of the new features, inside of …InDesign, happens to be the fact that you can, actually, now, add export options …for Object Styles and specify different Object Styles to have different export …options when you're going out to things like EPUB. …And so in this movie I'm going to be showing you exactly how to set up object …Style Export Options. I'm going to take the Zoom tool really …quick and zoom in on this image on this page right here, and then we'll grab my …Selection tool, and just select it. I'm going to add some attributes to this …image and then save it as an Object Style.…
And by the way, if you don't have the Object Styles panel over here on the …right hand side go to your Workspace Jump Menu> Advanced, and it will jump you into …this workspace where you can then have access directly to the Object Styles …
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