Using Illustrator files in InDesign and Photoshop | Adobe Illustrator CC | lynda.com

Learn how to take your Illustrator artwork and place it into other creative apps like Photoshop and InDesign. Watch more Illustrator CC Essential Training tutorials at http://www.lynda.com/Illustrator-tutorials/Using-Illustrator-files-Photoshop-InDesign/122469/138875-4.html?utm_campaign=FF9-l07KmDY&utm_medium=social&utm_source=youtube-earned

This tutorial is from the Illustrator CC Essential Training (2013) course presented by lynda.com author Justin Seeley. In the complete course, you will find out how to build well-crafted print publications, interactive documents, digital magazines, and ebooks with InDesign CC.

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8 replies
  1. XilumX1
    XilumX1 says:

    Hey!
    Thank you so much for the tutorial. I did the same thing that you did but when I did it the quality in indesign doesn’t look as good as in illustrator. Is there any way that you can fix this. I need to import different things that I made in illustrator to Indesign for a school assigment. It’s frustrating because I put alot of work into my illustrator files. I hope that there is a way.
    Thanks in advance!

    Reply
  2. Rebecca Giasson
    Rebecca Giasson says:

    Hey! The thing is, that when you put the illustrator in indesign, it loses its sharpness and becomes blurry, I don’t get it

    Reply

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