The industry-leading page design and layout toolset now helps you work faster and smarter, connecting your desktop and mobile apps with all your creative assets, so you can make beautiful pages for print or digital no matter where you are.
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Edit once, update everywhere
Assets in Creative Cloud Libraries can now be linked so that when a change is made, you and your team members have the option of updating the asset across any InDesign, Illustrator or Photoshop projects where it’s used.
Find the perfect image or graphic, fast
The new Adobe Stock marketplace lets you find, license and manage royalty-free images and videos from within InDesign CC. Select from 40 million assets, save your selection to your Creative Cloud Libraries and then drag it into your project to use.
Integrated with Adobe Comp CC
Create layouts for print, web or mobile anywhere on your iPad. Pull creative assets into Comp from your or your team’s shared Creative Cloud Libraries, and then instantly send your layouts to InDesign. All your text, images and graphics are live and fully editable.
Adobe Mercury Performance System advancements
Work more than twice as fast zooming in and out, scrolling with a mouse wheel or paging up and down complex documents. Page thumbnails redraw more quickly when editing, too.
Place images into tables
Now, along with text, it’s quick and easy to add graphics directly into tables. Simply use the Place Gun or drag and drop images from Finder/Explorer or the Content Collector.
Add shading to paragraphs
Quickly and easily add shading to paragraphs without manual workarounds. Highlights adjust automatically as you edit text, even if it flows across columns. Plus, you have controls for offsets and more.
Easily publish documents online
Publish Online (Preview) lets you effortlessly publish and distribute documents online where they can be viewed without the need for a plug-in. Plus, you can include buttons, slideshows, animation, audio and video.
More Acrobat PDF defaults
New options in the export to PDF print dialog box give you the ability to set the default view settings.