The 15 project-based lessons in this book show readers step-by-step the key techniques for working in Illustrator CS5. Readers learn how to create vector artwork for virtually any project and across multiple media: print, websites, interactive projects, and video. In addition to learning the key elements of the Illustrator interface, they'll learn how to integrate their artwork with Adobe Flash movies, Adobe InDesign layouts, and Adobe Flash Catalyst software to add interaction to their designs.
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Close the file when you are done reviewing it. Traditionally, formatting in HTML was limited to a predefined list of tags that changed the appearance of text and objects on a web page. This feature allows you to be more specific when formatting text, images, and layout in an XHTML file and streamlines the process of applying formatting to a page. CSS can be used to apply consistent formatting to a number of pages because multiple pages can be linked to a single CSS file.
This also makes formatting adjustments quick and easy, because modifications to a CSS file are automatically translated to all pages that are linked to that CSS file. Designed primarily to produce print layouts, InDesign supports both traditional methods of printing color: the four-color process CMYK model and spot colors. In the four-color process model, cyan, magenta, yellow, and black inks C, M, and Y, with black as the K combine in various values to reproduce numerous colors.
A printing press uses a separate plate for each of these four colors, laying the ink down on the substrate in separate layers. Spot colors are pre-mixed inks that match standard color values.
As a companion to the system it developed, Pantone Inc. All the Creative Suite applications have the Pantone library built in, so you can add spot colors to your document easily. Spot colors each require their own plates as well. All Pantone colors have CMYK equivalents that enable you to reproduce the color using the standard process colors as well, should you need to conform to CMYK-only printing requirements, or reduce the number of plates.
In the printing industry, printers charge customers for each plate that has to be produced for the printing job. To prevent this added expense and frustration, the InDesign Separations Preview panel lets you view the separate plates, or separations, as the printer would see them before you send your file. InDesign now displays only the elements in Pantone C. You can tell that Pantone C is a spot color because it is still visible after all the other separations have been hidden.
Another way to identify a spot color in your document is to look at your Swatches panel. If any color has this icon to the right of the color name, it indicates that the color is a spot color and outputs on its own plate. The Ink Manager lists all the plates or inks that are currently in your document.
You now see a process color icon to the left of the Pantone C plate, indicating that the color will output as process instead of spot. Not loaded yet? Try Again. Editing Text 7. Working with Typography 8. Working with Color 9. Working with Styles Drag the mouse slowly and watch carefully. Smart Guides appear when the pointer reaches the edge or center of any of the other objects.
Creating and editing text frames In most cases, text is placed inside a frame. You can also use the Type On A Path tool to flow text along a path.
The size and location of a text frame determine where the text appears on a page. Any content created will be placed on the Text layer now.
Position the pointer where the left edge of the first column meets the horizontal guide at 22p0 on the vertical ruler. Drag to create a frame that snaps to the right edge of the second column and has a height of about 8p. You can select a paragraph by clicking anywhere within it. Click anywhere within the text to select all the paragraph. Click the style named Testimonials to apply it to the selected paragraph. When the pointer approaches the ruler guide, the arrows change in appearance, indicating that the frame edge is about to snap to the guide.
Four very small anchor points now appear at the corners of the selected text frame. The anchor points are hollow, indicating that none of them is selected. As you drag, the text is simultaneously reflowed to give you a real-time view. Release the mouse when the text matches the image below.
The gutter controls the distance between the columns. Insert a column break before the name "Jeff G. If Hide Hidden Characters is displayed—rather than Show Hidden Characters—at the bottom of the Type menu, hidden characters are already showing. By adjusting the space between the edge of the frame and the text, you make the text easier to read. If necessary, drag the Text Frame Options dialog box aside so that you can still see the bar as you set options.
Change the Left value to 3p to move the left margin of the text frame 3 picas to the right and away from the left edge of the frame, and then change the Right value to 3p. Settings The Same icon lets you change all of the inset values at the same time.
You need to deselect it when you want to change values independently. Isolating items on different layers streamlines your workflow and makes it easier to find and edit elements of your design. Lock the Text layer by clicking the box to the left of the layer name. Select the Graphics layer by clicking the name of the layer so that the new elements are assigned to this layer.
Move the pointer to the corner where the top and left margin guides intersect and drag down until the pointer reaches the horizontal guide and then across to the right edge of the first column. In this case you could click within the frame to place the image. The image appears in the graphics frame. Make sure you drag the small, white handle and not the larger, yellow one. As you drag, the entire logo is displayed so you can easily see when the frame edge is beyond the edge of the logo.
Placing a graphic without an existing frame The design of the newsletter uses two versions of the logo—one on the front cover and one on the back cover. The pointer changes to a loaded graphics icon. Notice that as you drag, a rectangle is displayed. This rectangle is proportional to the logo image. Placing multiple graphics in a grid of frames The back cover of the newsletter should contain six photos. You could place the photos one by one and then position each one individually, but because they will be arranged in a grid, you can place all the photos and arrange them in a grid at the same time.
Click Open. As you drag, press the Up Arrow key once and the Right Arrow key twice. As you press the arrows, the proxy image changes to a grid of rectangles to indicate the layout of the grid. A grid of six graphics frames displays the six photos you placed. The content and frame for any placed graphic are separate elements.
Unlike text objects, a graphics frame and its content each have their own bounding boxes. Resizing the graphic content is exactly like resizing the frame, except that you first select the bounding box for the content before resizing it. When the pointer is within the content grabber, a hand icon is displayed. Do the same with the center top handle and drag it to the top of the frame. The Shift key maintains the proportions of the graphic so that it is not distorted.
You can select either the frame or its content. This increases the scale of the graphic so that the frame is filled. A small portion of the graphic is now cropped by the right edge of the frame. The Shift key maintains the proportions of the bounding box so that the graphic is not distorted. Adjusting the space between frames The Gap tool lets you select and adjust the space between frames. Hold down the Z key to temporarily access the Zoom tool , zoom in on the two photos at the top right, and then release the Z key to return to the Selection tool.
The gap is highlighted—all the way down to the bottom of the two photos below. Press Z to temporarily access the Zoom tool, and then zoom in on the two photos on the bottom left. You may have to drag left or right depending on which graphic you click closest to. Adding metadata captions to graphics frames A new feature in InDesign CS5 lets you automatically generate captions for placed graphics based on metadata information stored in the original graphics files.
This metadata information is used when the photo credit caption is generated. Changing the shape of a frame When you resized a graphics frame using the Selection tool, the frame maintained its rectangular shape. In the Layers panel, click the lock icon for the Text layer to unlock it. Move the tip of the pointer over the right edge of the green frame that covers the page, and click when the pointer appears with a small diagonal line.
This selects the path and reveals the four anchor points and center point for the frame. Leave the path selected. When you see the Add Anchor Point tool , click. A new anchor point is added. The Pen tool automatically changes to the Add Anchor Point tool when it moves over an existing path.
Repositioning the anchor point at the upperright corner of the green frame will complete the reshaping of the frame. Click to select the upper-right corner point of the green frame. Drag the point down and to the left. When the anchor point snaps into place at the intersection of the right edge of the first column and the first horizontal guide from the top of the page at 40p9 on the vertical ruler , release the mouse button. Wrapping text around a graphic You can wrap text around the frame of an object or around the object itself.
Your first task is to move the Yield sign graphic. For precise positioning, you can use the Smart Guides that are displayed dynamically when you create, move, or resize objects. Make sure to click when the arrow pointer is displayed. When the center point aligns, you should see a vertical Smart Guide appear. When this guideline appears, release the mouse button. Make sure that you have moved the frame onto the page without changing its size. Notice that the graphic overlaps the text.
If necessary, choose Show Options from the panel menu to display all of the controls in the Text Wrap panel. Enter 1p in the Top Offset box to add space between the edge of the graphic and the text. Working with compound shapes You can change the shape of an existing frame by adding to or subtracting from its area. The shape of a frame can also be changed, even if the frame already contains text or graphics. The text frame at the bottom of the page is now on a white background.
This helps avoid accidental repositioning of the frame. Creating polygons and converting shapes You can use the Polygon tool or the Polygon Frame tool to create regular polygons with however many sides you want.
You can also change the shape of an existing frame, even if the frame already contains text or graphics. Drag the three other midpoint handles so that all of the surrounding white area is cropped and only the red of the Stop sign is visible. Smart Guides are displayed along the top and right edges when the frame is aligned with both of the other frames. Adding rounded corners to frames A new feature in InDesign CS5 makes it easier than ever to add corner effects to rectangular frames. Four small diamonds replace the four resizing handles at the corners of the frame.
As you drag, the other three corners change, too. If you hold down the Shift key when dragging, only the corner you are working on changes. All transformations—rotating, scaling, shearing, and flipping—are available in the Transform and Control panels, where you can precisely specify transformations. You can also align or distribute objects horizontally or vertically along the selection, margins, page, or spread.
Rotating an object InDesign offers several methods for rotating objects. You can rotate the content of a graphics frame with the Selection tool. The rotate pointer is displayed. As you drag, the angle of rotation is displayed along with the image.
Aligning multiple objects Precise alignment is made easy when you use the Align panel. Unlike the two logos you imported earlier, this logo was created within InDesign and is a group of objects.
The objects are now aligned to the center of the page. Scaling multiple objects In previous versions of InDesign, it was necessary to group multiple objects before you could simultaneously scale or rotate them with the Selection, Scale, or Rotate tools. Click the Fill box at the top of the Swatches panel and choose [Paper] to fill the letter shapes with a white color. Preview mode is an ideal way to see what a document will look like when printed.
Preview mode displays artwork as if it were output, with all non-printing elements suppressed grids, guides, non-printing objects , and the pasteboard set to the preview color defined in Preferences. Press the Tab key again when you are ready to show all the panels. Exploring on your own One of the best ways to learn about frames is to experiment on your own.
Follow these steps to learn more about selecting and manipulating frames. Before creating the polygon, you can double-click the Polygon tool to specify the number of sides and optionally a star inset value if you want to create a starburst shape. Review questions Questions 1 Review When should uses Number you useList the Selection tool to select an object, and when should you use the Direct Selection tool to select an object?
Review answers 1 Use the Selection tool for general layout tasks, such as positioning, rotating, and resizing objects. Use the Direct Selection tool for tasks involving editing paths or frames, for example, to move an anchor point on a path.
Then click slightly outside any of the four corner handles and drag to rotate the graphic. You can also select an object in a group by clicking the object with the Direct Selection tool. The city was celebrating its bicentennial and everyone was out in the streets, happy, and talking about how much they loved where they lived. It was a mass bonding moment unlike any other. I also have fond childhood memories of the annual summertime Seven Nights Celebration in the park, watching the fireworks with my father.
Anyway, the forecast says it will clear up by late morning. So much for Plan B. We met at the Smith Street subway station, a mid-century, mildly brutalist concrete cube designed by architects in that is in the process of a full greening renovation.
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The design of the opening spread of the article is almost finished and several pages are ready for text. In this case, the finished document does not represent the final design, as many more pictures, captions, and design elements will be added. Flowing text into an existing frame When you import text, you can flow it into a new frame or an existing frame.
If the frame is empty, you can click the loaded text icon in it to flow the text. If the frame already contains text, you can import additional text at the text insertion point.
You will import a Microsoft Word document into this text frame, apply a paragraph style, and try two methods for fixing orphans defined here as a single word on a line. You edit text with the Type tool and thread link text frames with the Selection tool, but it does not matter what tool is selected when you import text.
Adobe Buzzword is a subscription-based online word processor that allows for easy collaboration. The pointer becomes a loaded text icon , previewing the first few lines of text in the story you are placing. When you move the loaded text icon over an empty text frame, parentheses enclose the icon. If necessary, scroll through the Paragraph Styles panel to locate it. A plus sign, which indicates local overrides variations from the paragraph style , displays next to the paragraph style name because some of the selected text is bold.
While sometimes local overrides are undesirable, in this case they are fine. For more information about styles, see Chapter 9. Next, you will fix the orphan in the last line of the sidebar using tracking, which adjusts the amount of space between selected characters. Type —10 in the Tracking box and press Enter or Return. Loading the Type tool works as follows:. Shift-click to select a contiguous range of files. When you click Open, the loaded text icon shows in parentheses how many files are loaded, such as 4.
Flowing text manually The process of taking imported text, such as that from a word-processing program, and flowing it across several connected text frames is called threading text. InDesign lets you flow text manually for greater control, flow text automatically to save time, and flow text while adding pages.
In this exercise, you will flow the feature article text into the two columns at the bottom of the right-facing page of the opening spread. First, you will select a Word file to import into the existing text frame in the first column. Second, you will thread the first text frame to the second text frame. Finally, you will create new text frames on the third page of the document to contain more of the text. Zoom in as necessary to view these text frames.
Some designers prefer separate text frames for more layout flexibility. The text flows into the existing frame in the left column. Notice that the text frame includes an out port in the lower-right corner. You will now flow the additional text into another text frame in the second column.
No text will be deleted. If necessary, first click the frame to select it, then click the out port. The text flows into the second column. Leave the page in this position for the next exercise. Creating text frames while flowing text Now, you will try two different text flow methods. First, you will use semi-autoflow to place text into a column. Semi-autoflow lets you create text frames one at a time. The pointer becomes a loaded text icon that automatically reloads after each column is placed, until there is no more overset text.
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