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Exchange files between InCopy and InDesign


hen you work with multiple applications in a single workflow, it is advisable to standardize on a single file format so that you can exchange files between the applications. In a workflow with multiple versions of Adobe InCopy and Adobe InDesign, the Interchange (.incx) format is often the most appropriate format since both InDesign and InCopy can use it. This document explains how to export stories in Interchange (.incx) format from InCopy CS3, InDesign CS3, InDesign CS2, and InCopy CS2 so that content can be exchanged between them.


Adobe Phasing Out "PostScript" Type 1 Fonts

by Thomas Phinney

Adobe stopped developing new Type 1 fonts in 1999, and introduced its first OpenType fonts in 2000. As we converted our type library to OpenType, we made the corresponding Type 1 fonts much less prominent on our web site. Now that we have our whole library in OpenType, people really have to go out of their way to get Type 1 fonts. This has been true for several years now. Continued here...