- In earlier movies,…I showed you how to get the ExtendScript Toolkit…and how to install a script.…Now it's time to make your first modification…to an existing script.…First of all, I'm getting all tongue-tied…saying the ExtendScript Toolkit…over and over again…so from here on out I'll be referring to it…as the Toolkit.…I think that will be better for us all.…In preparation for this…display your scripts panel on the screen…if you haven't done so already…and if you don't have the enlarged…Pasteboard Script installed…install it now,…and then open the…Globe Bank Mortgage brochure InDesign file.…
To edit a script…all you do is right click on the script…or control click if you have a one button mouse…and choose edit script.…That will launch the Toolkit and open…the script in the Toolkit.…Now a curious thing, at least on my Mac…if you already had the Toolkit running…the script will open in the Toolkit…but it doesn't bring the Toolkit to the front…so you may have to go down to…the dock, find the icon for the Toolkit,…and click on it.…
- What are InDesign scripts?
- Installing scripts
- Editing scripts
- Referencing InDesign objects in scripts
- Creating a script to set preferences
- Creating a script to watermark designs
- Creating a script to transpose characters
Skill Level Beginner
Word and InDesign: Integrationwith Anne-Marie Concepción3h 31m Intermediate
InDesign: Layout and Compositionwith Nigel French1h 27m Intermediate
1. Get Started
2. Find and Install Scripts
3. Edit a Script
5. Reference InDesign Objects with a Script
6. Create a Script to Configure Preferences and Defaults
7. Create a Script to Add Document Watermarks
8. Create a Script to Transpose Two Characters
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