In a previous post, I explained how to share a Photoshop file (.psd) with external users using the Creative Cloud. In this new video, I showcase sharing InDesign (.indd) and Illustrator (.ai) files. Creative Cloud members can easily share Creative Suite files with people who don’t have any Adobe products installed on their computer. Users can preview your files in any web browser on a PC, mobile device, or tablet.
With InDesign, the Creative Cloud web UI will create one preview per page, and users can navigate through the pages. As the preview is rendered on the server, you may notice some “typeface” issues. This is detailed in the video.
InDesign files shared in the Creative Cloud
Here are links to the InDesign files I’m using in the video:
- Appliness – Interview of Lea Verou – https://creative.adobe.com/share/a901994d-1941-40e9-b4d5-ddb17ef768b1
- Testing fonts – https://creative.adobe.com/share/618e661d-3c7f-4a73-b6fc-fbb1e269b96b
Illustrator files shared in the Creative Cloud
Here are links to the Illustrator files I’m using in the video:
- Fantastic t-shirts – https://creative.adobe.com/share/a8d590cc-0e5a-4786-8f99-82712f7f3560
- Logos – https://creative.adobe.com/share/94d787d9-0ca3-4c29-838b-6197bfc8f753