Adobe Bridge - you can browse, build, categorize, graphics, and documents, templates, and shortcuts InDesign in Adobe Bridge. Drag and drop content from Adobe Bridge into layouts easily and efficiently. Searches for files using metadata such as keywords, color and image resolution.
Styles of objects - make changes to objects more efficiently using object styles. Keep large amounts of graphics, text and frame-attributes as object styles to create a more consistent design elements and reduce the time to perform many tasks.
Support for layers of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe PDF - you can selectively display layers and their combination in the files Photoshop, as well as layers in the files Adobe PDF. Experiment with different options settings, or use multiple variations of a file in your layout - all linked to one file.
Labels InDesign - easily export InDesign objects as labels that you can use in conjunction with colleagues or reused in other documents. When you insert or drag a shortcut to a layout, InDesign re-creates the original objects, their formatting, and the relative position on the page.
Compatibility with InDesign CS - you can export a document from InDesign CS2 format InDesign Interchange (INX) and open it in Indesign CS to work together with users of previous versions.
Opportunity to transfer to Adobe InCopy CS2 - translate only document elements that are needed to editor to work in Adobe InCopy CS2 at the time as you work with the rest, whether it is a special frame, multiple frames on a page or all the frames in the document.
Anchored Objects - you can easily attach callouts, select print quotations, attach notes in the margins, or graphics to text. You also have the ability to precisely control the location of attached objects, set parameters for text, etc.
Enhanced support for Microsoft Word and RTF - allows you to automatically work with styles to customize the import Word styles to the style InDesign. Now there is no problem of conflict of style names when importing: you can save setup Word to import in the future.
Office of the text - you have access to powerful tools to work with text, including the ability to drag and paste text without formatting, as well as integrated tools to work with the text for faster editing.
Flexible support of XML - you can import XML files with maximum control, including linking with XML-content for easier update. You can also use XML tags to tables, then import the XML-content in the table and to export them.
Key features and benefits of Adobe InDesign CS2
Monitor your creativity
Control layer visibility in imported Adobe Photoshop files and Adobe PDF.
Transparency effects, such as editable shadows, etc.
Access to improved Means printing controls including Paragraph Composer, fonts, OpenType, drop cap, leveling fields, etc.
You can create tables from scratch or import a table with the specified styles from Microsoft Word or Excel.
Manage graphics and other files with the new browser files Adobe Bridge.
Format objects quickly and consistently, using object styles that include attributes such as fills, strokes, drop shadows, text frames, etc.
You can create and save a part of your layout, including text, images and objects created in InDesign, as file fragments.
Opportunity to match the styles imported content Microsoft Word, avoiding the problems of conflict of names of styles, and save the import.
Flexible control of import and export XML-content, including tables with tags.
Supported file formats: Adobe (Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, files Adobe PDF)
More coordinated work with editors on a single file using InDesign CS2 InCopy CS2 LiveEdit.
The ability to export Adobe PDF files directly from InDesign for viewing in electronic form and print quality.
Exporting content from InDesign, Adobe GoLive to easily create Web-pages.
Export files from InDesign CS2 INX format and the ability to easily open them in InDesign CS2 for maximum flexibility.
* Intel Pentium III or 4 processor * Microsoft Windows 2000 with Service Pack 3 or 4, or Windows XP with Service Pack 1 or 2 * 256MB of RAM (320MB recommended) * 850MB of available hard-disk space * 1,024x768 monitor resolution with 16-bit video card * QuickTime 6 required for multimedia features * For Adobe PostScript printers: PostScript Level 2 or PostScript 3 * Broadband Internet connection required for Adobe Stock Photos (The Adobe Stock Photos service may not be available in all countries, languages, and currencies and is subject to change. Use of the service is governed by the Adobe Stock Photos Terms of Service. For details, visit Adobe Stock Photos.)