Nov 25, · This story, "Adobe InCopy CS4" was originally published by Macworld. Note: When you purchase something after clicking links in our articles, we may earn a small commission. Read our Author: Sally Zahner. Nov 17, · All I can find to purchase is InCopy CS5 or CS and I'm told that this is incompatible with InDesign CS4. We are not in a position to upgrade our five current CS4 users to CS5; that would also force an upgrade of hardware from 32 bit to 64 bit systems and that's way out of the budget. The following Pr6N fonts are not installed, but are included on the InDesign CS4 product DVD (in the case of retail customers), or in the packaged download file (if you downloaded InDesign CS4 from Adobe Store). For trial customers, this additional content will not be available until after purchase. Adobe Kozuka Gothic Pr6N Bold.
Viewing modes[ edit ] InCopy has three viewing modes: Story mode, galley mode and layout mode. The story mode is for reading and editing text in a screen-wide view without page formatting. The galley mode displays text without page formatting but with line numbers and the same line breaks seen in the layout mode. Both galley and story views show the names of the style sheets applied to the text but do not display the actual formatting. The layout mode shows the true page design layout along with images and overset text.
Chief among them are expanded support for table editing, the ability to create dynamic cross-references, and a conditional-text feature that lets InCopy users work on different versions of the same document for different audiences--say, a how-to guide for both Mac and PC users--from within the same InDesign file. This new version of InCopy is part of Adobe's Creative Suite 4 release, although you must buy this program separately. While InCopy integrates closely with InDesign to create a collaborative publishing workflow, writers and editors can also use InCopy by itself to create stand-alone. To take advantage of at least one of this release's new features, however, you'll need to use the InCopy-InDesign workflow, in which the designer and the wordsmiths work on a layout in tandem. Expanded table editing Editors, who until now have been able to edit a table's contents only in Layout view, will cheer InCopy CS4's new support for editing tables in Story and Galley views.