Moving Text Styles from InDesign to Illustrator and Photoshop
Steve Werner dives into the details of getting your styles “to go.”
You have a problem: You’re creating assets (either by yourself or in collaboration with others) for a project with different components to be created in InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop. Of course, you need to maintain brand consistency in text formatting—including fonts, sizes, color, and so on. Yes, you could painstakingly re-create the same formatting in all three programs. But if you already have the right paragraph and character styles in InDesign, wouldn’t it be much more efficient if you could somehow move those styles over to Photoshop and Illustrator?
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