Chapter Two. Getting Started: Creating, Opening, Placing, and Importing Documents

Now that you know what InCopy’s interface looks like, which tools you have at your disposal, and where they are, it’s time to get to work. Though we hope you didn’t just look at the Table of Contents and jump to this chapter to get started, we understand your excitement.

When we say getting started we mean putting pen to paper, as it were. The time has come to start writing. (Sure, there’s a section for those of you who need to get started by deciding on what kind of workflow you’re going to use and how to integrate InCopy with InDesign. That’s found in Part Two, “Understanding the Workflow.”)

Much as InCopy is truly a writer’s tool, writers who are used to other word-processing ...

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