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InDesign Template of the Month: Interactive Newsletter

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This month’s template is for a newsletter that you can output in three different formats: print, interactive PDF, and Publish Online.

The interactive PDF version includes hyperlinks and buttons for page navigation. The Publish Online version includes an animated title, hyperlinks, and a pop-up table of contents. Click here to view an example of what you can make with this template.

The document includes master page designs and layers for organizing your content.

And everything is formatted with styles that you can use or adapt. The fonts can be synced with Typekit, or you can replace them with your own fonts.

Instructions

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Mike Rankin

Mike Rankin

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8 Comments on “InDesign Template of the Month: Interactive Newsletter

  1. The abilities of Indesign in the interactive documents are really great.
    So great I don’t understand why ther is no proper way to export Indesign files into HTML.
    Do you know ?

  2. I need to know how to include a repeating gif file in a pdf document, such as a newsletter. Examples would be a person walking, snow falling, a flag waving.

    Any ideas from the InDesign community?

    Sentman

  3. Yeah, we need more help with email clients. So many different fussy online creators and fussy end user email clients. I wish it could be simpler and more easily customizable.

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