However, how do you create and design PDF, PNG, JPEG, GIF and other file formats, without an expensive Adobe InDesign license and package?
How can I edit InDesign files online?
Before we begin learning how we can easily edit files, it’s vital to know exactly what Adobe InDesign is. Adobe InDesign is a proprietary document format – owned by Adobe. This core and fundamental fact is the reason that the documents cannot be opened by other applications. This is a real challenge for designers who wish to make magazines, brochures, newspapers, and other large-format displays. Printed collateral is astonishingly easy to make as the files can be exported as a PDF, PNG, JPEG, GIF, and other popular file formats. However, how do you create and design these products without an expensive Adobe InDesign license and package?
An alternative to InDesign
One of the options is to use a third-party service to create and edit your Adobe InDesign through that. That’s what we offer you – with Tweak. There are other ways to edit files, through plug-ins. However, plug-ins are rarely reputable when from an unknown third-party source. So, if you don’t want to use the Adobe plug-in, you can use Tweak straight from a web browser. Editing Adobe InDesign document can now be carried out uniquely and excitingly, without directly using InDesign software itself. At Tweak, we created an Adobe InDesign plugin that helps users upload their documents and related fonts and images to Tweak. Tweak functions as one platform for all of your digital assets accessible from any web browser, 24/7. In this way, you don’t need any expensive Adobe licenses or designing experience to edit your InDesign files.
Additional benefits of Tweak
With one click printing and live reporting on the production progress, you’ll never lose track of your files. It’s easy to decide which elements of the documents users want to edit. Users can also be assigned rights to view, edit, and make PDF files or JPEGs to share on social media once they are satisfied. The team leader can choose which features of the file need to be locked down and saved from editing. It is possible to share a library of images for users to select and edit the images, which have been chosen in a document in Tweak. Editing text is also a matter of simply clicking and typing, just like the Adobe InDesign desktop application.