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Watch this episode of the Creative Suite Podcast for Designers, and see Terry White demonstrate 10 things beginners want to know how to do in Adobe InDesign CS6.
In a little less than 30 minutes (a bit long, but worth every second), Terry White will take you through:
Creating a new documents, Placing graphics, Fitting graphics in frames, Adding text, Formatting text, Creating and Applying Styles, Adding Page numbers, Wrapping Text, exporting to PDF. In addition, there are lots of tips and tricks thrown in.
If you’re new to InDesign and just getting started, this are probably the best 30 minutes you can invest in.
Learn the best ways of handling and preparing CS6 files for print with this in-depth technical reference, designed especially for printers and production artists. Whether you print from InDesign, Illustrator, Photoshop, or Acrobat this guide explains all things that you need to know.
Use this guide to make sure that your creative control doesn’t end when your files leave your computer. Optimize your designs so they work with the abilities of the printing process, rather than against them. The Adobe® Creative Suite® 6 Printing Guide will tell you everything you need to know to produce Adobe Photoshop®, Illustrator®, InDesign®, and Acrobat® files that printers will love and published documents that clients will adore. Use it as a handy technical reference or as a training tool for new staff.
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If you require the Printing Guide for CS5.5/5, see here.
As per the Creative Suite FAQs:
At this time, none of the CS5.5 or CS6 applications require updates to be compatible with Windows 8.
In our testing, we have found no significant issues with running CS5.5, CS6 or Acrobat products with Windows 8.
For more information, see Microsoft Windows 8 compatibility section the Creative Suite FAQs.
For a list of products and OS compatibility, see Adobe product operating system compatibility.
The product forums are good place to Read about, Start , or Contribute to discussions about any issues that you might be facing.
If you encounter any issues, please report them to us using the bug reporting form.
Michael Jarott, a design intern at Adobe, has created a downloadable tutorial to show you the basics of creating PDF Forms in InDesign CS6. In this tutorial you will learn how to create forms using the new Buttons and Forms panel in InDesign CS6 and export them as Interactive PDFs to Adobe Acrobat.
The tutorial is a downloadable InDesign CS6 document that contains lessons for creating text fields, radio buttons, check boxes, combo boxes, list boxes, signature fields, and submit buttons. Each page contains instructions and a workspace to give you hands-on experience creating forms!
To begin the tutorial, click the image below, and download the document. Open it in InDesign CS6, and follow along.
If you need additional information, refer to PDF Forms in CS6.
Adobe Illustrator CS6 update for Creative Cloud is now available. As we said when we launched Creative Cloud earlier this year, one of the biggest benefits for customers would be early access to the latest innovation from Adobe, including VIP access to new features in the desktop software. With this update to Illustrator, Creative Cloud members have access to three brand new features! Check out the Illustrator team blog for more information and videos on these features and how they can be used: http://adobe.ly/Orq9mI
The updates will reach you automatically next time the Application Manager/ Updater checks with Adobe.com. If you’re in a hurry, choose Help > Update.
These features are available in Adobe Illustrator CS6 for Creative Cloud members only. To join Adobe Creative Cloud, see Adobe Creative Cloud.
Gather all the files used, including linked graphics and fonts, into a single folder for quick hand-off. Choose File > Package to collect all assets in a single location. See Package Files.
Replace embedded images with linsk to their extracted PSD or TIFF files. Select an embedded image and choose Unembed from the Links panel menu or click Unembed in the Control panel. See Unembed images.
Links Panel improvements
View and track additional information about placed artwork directly in the Links panel. See Links Information.
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