So I'm working on this promotional binder for a company. I'm working section by section including photos and whatnot. Anyways, I got to a certain point with one section and packaged everything so I could start anew the following day.
My question is this: is there a way for me to add files to the InDesign file I already packaged WITHOUT having to repackage in a new folder and archive the old one?
I mean it just seems to me that I SHOULD be able to select the package option and the work would repackage/update the package, much like a Word file would when you select the save button.
(And if there isn't, is someone at Adobe paying attention that could make this a possibility? That would be fantastic.)
You can Add images to your package by using the Links Panel submenu (top right) and choose Utilities> copy links to...
And you can select the images you want first - or don't select any to copy them all.
Fonts - not so much.
But that's one easy way to get new images into your packaged folder.
But I don't like this to be honest. I much prefer creating a new Package and calling it "Version 2" or "Final Artwork" or something that is right by your file naming convention.
Oh brilliant. Thanks you so much. That's really what I needed.
I figured the fonts would be a pain in the butt but I have all the fonts I'm going to use preset in the templates so I wasn't too worried about them. Just wanted to make sure all the images were applied.
Thanks again for the help.