United States of America
Reno InDesign User Group
Tue, June 5, 2012, 11:30 AM
University of Nevada, Reno
Joe Crowley Student UnionLog in to your account to register for this meeting
Rita Laden Senate Chambers
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It’s not too late to make 2012 “Your” Year.
If you are ready to reach out to the marketplace in the media of THEIR choice, this could be your meeting! We’ll show you how to create an array of interactive documents from the same solid foundation that revolutionized print.
Join us at our annual Summer lunchtime meeting, Tuesday June 5 from 11:30-1pm.
You may not be the first one using Adobe CS6, but you could be the first to win a Copy of InDesign CS6 from your local InDesign user group. Learn how to break free from conventional page limitations and affordably publish on multiple devices.
Regardless of the software you are currently using, we’ll show you how to create and distribute compelling electronic publications. Learn how to use electric marketplace exposure to increase the demand for pieces that can only “resonate” using print.
Ben Milander will demonstrate vital document construction techniques, including enhance Master Pages, Running Heads and Text Variables.
Aspen Kuhlman will show you the power of Object Styles and how they streamline all publications.
Jim Cooper will show you some automation techniques and documents that “cannot” exist in print.
OUR RENO RAFFLE
As always, 100% of the proceeds go a local charity. Aside from the CS6 version of Adobe InDesign, we’ll have additional prizes donated by our generous sponsors. Tickets ($2 each/$5 for 3) Please register beforehand for the meeting to be eligible for the grand prize. Dems da rulz!
Too Much to show in one short meeting, but some powerful features you'll want to see in action.
Grayscale PDF export
Export PDF files in grayscale directly from the Print dialog box.
PDF forms within InDesign
Create form fields directly within InDesign before you export to PDF.
Include interactive HTML — such as Google Maps when exported from InDesign in HTML or EPUB3, or Digital Publishing Suite DPS format.
Export to PNG
Export your InDesign document or individual items for use on the web.