Using InDesign Data Merge with images | Print production | lynda.com

Using InDesign Data Merge with images | Print production | lynda.com

In this tutorial, see how to use InDesign Data Merge with images. Watch more at http://www.lynda.com/InDesign-tutorials/Print-Production-Essentials-Digital-Variable-Data-Printing/142024-2.html?utm_campaign=MXSoMenTW88&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned.

This tutorial is a single movie from the Print Production Essentials: Digital and Variable Data Printing course by lynda.com author Claudia McCue. The complete course is 58 minutes and explores the possibilities and limitations of digital printing and working with variable data.

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3 replies
  1. Don't Let Her Speak
    Don't Let Her Speak says:

    where do you go to bing the csv file in the indeisgn? i cant rmeember which dropdown menu gets me to xmpie.

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  2. Coral Cashes
    Coral Cashes says:

    Thank you for this! I know the answer is probably "sign up with Lynda to find out" but it doesn’t hurt to ask: I’m designing a directory for a magazine and we have little icons listed next to the businesses for various different things. Not every business have the same icons. Is there a way to indicate multiple images *and* have them reflow (left-justified, for example) if one or more of the other image boxes are empty? Seems impossible, but Adobe never ceases to amaze me. Thanks in advance!

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  3. Isaac Tanner-Dempsey
    Isaac Tanner-Dempsey says:

    Can you use two image column’s in an indesign datamerg? What should you name column’s. Can you name them anything or need to be ‘@images

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