This is step 1 of 3 of Exporting an InDesign layout to a Digital article in Studio.
In this step, the layout is prepared for exporting. This is needed for the following:
- To make sure that the correct content is added when using the option to automatically create the InDesign Article.
- To define any text that should be displayed in Studio as bold, italic, subscript, or superscript.
- To make sure that during the export the correct content is exported.
1. Preparation for automatically creating the InDesign Article and for exporting the content
Make sure that all paragraphs that need to be included have the correct paragraph style assigned.
Note: The 'correct' paragraph style is a style that makes sure that the paragraph is added to the InDesign Article. This is defined in the configuration file of the script that automatically creates the article.
2. Preparation for formatting text as bold, italic, subscript, or superscript in Studio
Make sure that any text that should be formatted as bold, italic, subscript, or superscript in Studio is correctly styled.
Note: The configuration of this feature determines the method to use: by assigning a character style, by using a specific font style or by assigning a paragraph style.
3. Preparation for turning grouped frames into Container components
The export functionality can be set up in such a way that each set of grouped frames on the layout is turned into a Container component. Each Container will then contain the frames of the group as separate components.
If the export is configured to work this way, make sure that frames are only grouped if they need to be turned into a Container component.
Continue with Creating an InDesign Article.