1. Main Features
- Advanced professional page layout design
- Automatic page content generation
- Layout adjustment reconfigures text and graphics when altering the size of a document
- Visual font browsing to find the right fonts quicker
- Content-aware fit automatically resizes and fits images
- Support for importing and placing SVG images in a document
- Reverse spell check to go backward when checking for spelling errors
2. Software Overview
InDesign is a desktop publishing program used to create professional layouts for print and digital publishing. The program includes a multitude of layout features and will help you create various types of documents, such as brochures, magazines, posters, reports, and interactive online documents.
InDesign includes a variety of page layout and typesetting tools. Each object within the document may be customized and users can scale images and text automatically to fit within guidelines. While editing a document, the Live Preflight feature helps users fix page errors as they arise. InDesign also supports automated cross-references, conditional text, and bullets and numbering across large documents. Users can create their own content or may import data from a database in XML format.
InDesign includes advanced features for creating digital content, such as eBooks and digital magazines. The application allows you to add video, audio, animations, and slideshows to your documents to create a more interactive experience for your audience. When you are finished creating your layout you can publish it in various formats, including .PDF, .EPUB, .JPEG, .PNG, .EPS, .HTML, and .XHTML files.
Adobe InDesign is a useful print and digital publishing tool included with the Adobe Creative Cloud (CC) suite. Its wide range of features will help you create professional-looking documents such as magazines, books, brochures, and posters. While it may be overwhelming for casual users, Adobe InDesign is a great option for professional publishers.
3. Supported File Types
Updated: December 14, 2019