Save for Web | InDesign | lynda.com

Save for Web | InDesign | lynda.com

If you do not Save, via a dedicated “for Web” dialog box, in many ways InDesign is much more flexible than either Illustrator or Photoshop, if you want to save a layout, or parts of a layout for the web. You will learn how to export individual objects or a collection of web layouts, formats in InDesign in this tutorial. See more http://www.lynda.com/InDesign-tutorials/InDesign-Secrets/85324-2.html?utm_campaign=CNA_337VoTY&utm_medium=viral&utm_source=youtube.

This tutorial is from the series InDesign Secrets, of lynda.com the authors David Blatner and Anne-Marie Concepción. The complete series offers small tutorials and hidden and surprising workflow tips that will help InDesign help to be more effective.

3 replies
  1. Edwin Contreras
    Edwin Contreras says:

    Don’t waste your time with the video. You can’t save for web in InDesign. Just import the thing to Photoshop and choose the pixel size(s) you need from there.

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  2. Jared Rose
    Jared Rose says:

    Possibly the worst tutorial on all of youtube.  Doesn’t even explain anything, instead too busy explaining what Photoshop and Illustrator does. SMH. 

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