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Overview:

During this excellent InCopy CS2 course you will learn how InCopy can help you streamline design projects by allowing editors to work on parts of pages, spreads, or an entire document in parallel with designers. The course has been created by an expert instructor with years of experience, as you can imagine, you will be given an abundance of insider knowledge and tips.

Our learning material is available to students 24/7 anywhere in the world, so it’s extremely convenient. These intensive online courses are open to everyone, as long as you have an interest in the topic! We provide world-class learning led by IAP, so you can be assured that the material is high quality, accurate and up-to-date.

What skills will I gain?

  • Bring your editorial process to a new level of efficiency with the knowledge of a seasoned professional
  • Learn how to create assignments, track changes, and insert tables from Excel or Word
  • Understand how the LiveEdit Workflow is designed to prevent conflicts

Meet the Instructor:

Adam Pratt joined Adobe Systems in 2000 and is currently a Senior Systems Engineer working with all of the Creative Suite Products, including InCopy and InDesign. He consults with creative professional customers regarding their publishing workflows and helps ensure a smooth transition to InDesign and the Creative Suite.

Adam is an Adobe Certified Expert in every application in the Creative Suite and a Certified Print Specialist, as well as a Certified Web Specialist. He was also the world’s first Creative Suite Master for CS1 and CS2.

Adam recently finished co-authoring his fifth book, “The Adobe InCopy CS2 Book” for Adobe Press, frequently tech edits books for several publishers, and occasionally writes for a few design-related magazines. You might have seen him present at industry seminars and conferences including the HOW Design Conference, MacWorld, MacDesign, Creative Suite Conference, and the ADIM Conference.

Before joining Adobe, Adam spent several years in the graphic design industry in a variety of design, production, and project management roles. His experience includes newspaper, book, Web, and multimedia publishing. He also founded one of the first Adobe Certified Training programs in the US. It’s this combination of his real world design experience, technical expertise, and training background that makes Adam such an effective trainer and software guide.

Course Outline:

Section 1 – InCopy for Writers & Editors

  • Module 1: Introduction & Navigation
  • Module 2: Getting Started
  • Module 3: Editing Text
  • Module 4: Formatting Text With Styles
  • Module 5: Text Automation
  • Module 6: Working With Tables
  • Module 7: Working With Footnotes
  • Module 8: Placing Images
  • Module 9: Editing & Reviewing Stories

Section 2 – InCopy for InDesign® Users

  • Module 1: Installing The Liveedit Plug-Ins
  • Module 2: Exporting Content
  • Module 3: Creating Assignments
  • Module 4: Working With Notes In Indesign

Section 3 – Understanding LiveEdit Workflow

  • Module 1: Using Check In & Check Out
  • Module 2: Managing Updates
  • Module 3: Calculating Copyfit
  • Module 4: Example Workflows

How will I be assessed?

  • You will have one assignment. Pass mark is 65%.
  • You will only need to pay £19 for assessment.
  • You will receive the results within 72 hours of submittal, and will be sent a certificate in 7-14 days.

What Certification am I going to receive?

Those who successfully pass this course will be awarded a InCopy CS2 certificate. Anyone eligible for certification will receive a free e-certificate, and printed certificate.

What are requirements?

  • You must be 16 or over
  • You should have a basic understanding of English, Maths and ICT
  • You will need a computer or tablet with internet connection (or access to one)

What careers can I get with this qualification?

With this qualification, you are able to fulfil various roles in a range of industries, such as:

  • Editing
  • Design
  • Project management
  • Management

PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide any software with this course.

Key Features

Gain an accredited UK qualification

Access to excellent quality study materials

Learners will be eligible for TOTUM Discount Card

Personalized learning experience

One year’s access to the course

Support by phone, live chat, and email

Course Curriculum Total Units : 99
Section 1 – InCopy for Writers & Editors
1: INTRODUCTION & NAVIGATION
1. Working with InCopy & InDesign Simultaneously
2. Checking Out & Editing a Story inside InCopy
3. Introducing the InCopy Interface & Tools
4. Setting Up a Workspace & Palette Options
5. Using the Navigation Tools & Inserting Markers
6. Display Performances & Screen Modes
7. Customizing the Galley & Story Views
8. Setting Keyboard Shortcuts & Looking at Preferences
2: GETTING STARTED
1. Creating New User Names, Documents & Presets
2. Importing Non-native Documents into InCopy
3. Placing Non-native Documents into InCopy
4. Understanding the Enable Track Changes Button
3: EDITING TEXT
1. Using the Drag & Drop Text Feature
2. Rearranging Text & Using the Change Case Options
3. Inserting Special Characters
4. Showing Hidden Characters & Transposing Characters
5. Setting Up Tabs in the Tabs Palette
6. Aligning & Deleting Tabs, Adding a Leader
4: FORMATTING TEXT WITH STYLES
1. Applying Fonts with the Character Palette
2. Font Properties & Hanging Punctuation
3. Exploring Previously Applied Styles
4. Applying Styles to the Text
5. Applying Multiple Styles with the Next Style Feature
6. Grouping Styles via Nested Styles
7. Solving the Manual Override Issue
8. Loading Styles from Other Documents & Tidying Up
5: TEXT AUTOMATION
1. Using the Check Spelling Command
2. Enabling & Controlling Dynamic Spelling
3. Customizing the Dictionary & Languages
4. Using Auto Correct & Text Macros
5. Using the Find/Change Command
6. Substituting Words with the Thesaurus
6: WORKING WITH TABLES
1. Converting, Creating & Importing Tables
2. Selecting, Resizing & Adding Table Cells
3. Merging Cells & Other Table Options
4. Working with Tables in the Galley & Story Views
7: WORKING WITH FOOTNOTES
1. Editing & Creating Footnotes
2. Using the Footnote Options Dialog Box
3. Considering Footnotes in Copyfit Calculations
8: PLACING IMAGES
1. Introduction to Placing Images & Checking Out
2. Object Fitting Options
3. Object Transform Options & Checking In
9: EDITING & REVIEWING STORIES
1. Views, Preferences & Notes
2. Creating & Organizing Notes
3. Utilizing Tool Tips & the Notes Palette
4. Working in Notes Mode
5. Tracking Changes
6. The Change Info Palette & Saving a Workspace
7. Hiding, Accepting & Rejecting Changes
8. Exploring Print Options
9. Exporting to PDF & Other Common File Formats
10. Final Comments
Section 2 – InCopy for InDesign® Users
1: INSTALLING THE LIVEEDIT PLUG-INS
1. Locating & Installing the LiveEdit Plug-ins
2. Specifying the User Designation
3. Added Features Due to the LiveEdit Plug-ins
2: EXPORTING CONTENT
1. Exporting Story Frames from InDesign
2. Exporting Graphic Frames from InDesign
3. How InDesign Links Content to Frames
4. Exporting Unassigned Frames from InDesign
5. Exporting Multiple Frame Types Simultaneously
6. Viewing the Layout of Frame Content in InCopy
3: CREATING ASSIGNMENTS
1. Introducing Assignments
2. Creating a New Assignment in InDesign
3. Adding Content to an Assignment & Updating
4. Reassigning Stories & Deleting Assignments
5. Opening Assignments in InCopy
6. Recovering Missing or Deleted Assignments
4: WORKING WITH NOTES IN INDESIGN
1. Adding Notes Using the Note Tool
2. Edit Notes with the Notes Menu & Notes Palette
3. Using the Notes Mode Feature
4. Sharing Notes between InCopy & InDesign
5. Finalizing & Removing Notes
6. Final Comments
Section 3 – Understanding LiveEdit Workflow
1: USING CHECK IN & CHECK OUT
1. Checking Out a Document in InDesign®
2. Checking Out, Editing Stories & Saving Content
3. The Check In All & Cancel Check Out Commands
4. Recover a Checked Out File with the Unlink Command
2: MANAGING UPDATES
1. The Available Frame Adornment Icon
2. The Checked Out Frame Adornment Icon
3. The Out of Date Frame Adornment Icon
4. Understanding & Fixing a Broken Story Link
5. Manage Updates between InCopy & InDesign
6. Using the Assignments Palette to Update Stories
3: CALCULATING COPYFIT
1. Identifying Overset Text in InDesign
2. Identifying Overset Text in InCopy
3. Editing Copy to Make it Fit
4. Using the Copyfit Info Toolbar
5. Customizing Copyfit Info Preferences
4: EXAMPLE WORKFLOWS
1. Creating a Multi-page Story Filled with Placeholder Text
2. Working in Stand Alone Mode
3. Placing an InCopy Story into an InDesign Template
4. Looking at an InDesign Layout
5. Exporting InCopy Stories as New Assignments
6. Create & Export Additional Assignments & Stories
7. Opening an InDesign Assignment in InCopy
8. Addressing Copyfit Issues
9. Working through Various Assignments
10. Updating the Adjusted Assignments
11. Final Comments & Credits
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