Adobe indesign cs6 javascript scripting reference 無料ダウンロード.Macromedia InDesign – CS6 Scripting Guide: JavaScript

 

Adobe indesign cs6 javascript scripting reference 無料ダウンロード.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

PDF Adobe Illustrator CS6 Scripting Reference: JavaScript.PDF Adobe Illustrator CS6 Scripting Reference: JavaScript –

 
 
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Adobe indesign cs6 javascript scripting reference 無料ダウンロード.Macromedia InDesign – CS6 Scripting Guide: JavaScript

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How to Use the Scripts in this Document. About the Structure of the Scripts. Automatic jsxbin Conversion. Other JavaScript development options. For More Information. Scripting Features. Script Preferences. Getting the Current Script.

Script Versioning. Using the doScript Method. Sending parameters to doScript. Returning values from doScript. Controlling Undo with doScript. Working with Script Labels. Running Scripts at Startup.

Session and Main Script Execution. Basic Document Operations. Creating a new document. Opening a document. Saving a document. Closing a document. Basic Page Layout. Defining page size and document length.

Defining bleed and slug areas. Setting page margins and columns. Changing the appearance of the pasteboard. Guides and grids. Changing measurement units and ruler. Defining and applying document presets. Setting up master spreads.

Adding XMP metadata. Creating a document template. Creating watermarks. Adjusting Page Sizes and Layout. Selecting pages. Resizing and reframing pages. Transforming pages. Master page overlay. Making an Adaptive Layout. Making a flexible layout. Adding guides for a guide-based layout. Setting constraints for an object-based layout.

Creating alternative layouts. Collecting and Dropping Content. Printing a Document. Exporting a Document as PDF. Exporting Pages as EPS. Exporting all pages to EPS.

Exporting a range of pages to EPS. Exporting as EPS with file naming. Exporting to EPub. Working with Layers. Understanding the Layer Object Model. Scripting Layers. Creating layers. Referring to layers. Deleting layers. Moving layers. Duplicating layers. Merging layers. Assigning page items to layers. Setting layer properties. Text and Type. Entering and Importing Text. Creating a text frame. Adding text. Stories and text frames. Replacing text. Inserting special characters. Placing Text and Setting Text-Import Preferences.

Exporting Text and Setting Text-Export Preferences. Understanding Text Objects. Working with Text Frames. Linking text frames. Unlinking text frames. Removing a frame from a story. Splitting all frames in a story. Creating an anchored frame.