Reference Guidebooks for Apps

Community Beginner ,
Jan 18, 2020

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Good evening. I noticed when downloading the creative cloud package that it came with many applications. And many of these applications were new to me. Therefore, I want to study all of them. However, I noticed that two of the applications never displayed or offered a reference guidebook (pdf) to download as you can do for Illustrator, Photoshop, etc. Can you please provide a time and date when the reference guidebooks will be available for the Adobe InCopy and Adobe Bridge applications? 

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Fourteen Contributor , Jan 22, 2020
Hi, This is a bit dated (from 2016), but it is the full 250+ page PDF reference guide and manual for Adobe InCopy: https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/incopy_reference.pdf

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 20, 2020

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Hi, 

I am not sure I encountered the reference guides you mention for PhotoShop or Illustrator.

InCopy and Bridge were always treated as supporting apps to the suite. Usually, you will find details of InCopy as part of InDesign and Bridge is quite stand alone. I learned a lot about them from the Adobe help website and other training resources (Lynda.com for example)

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Community Beginner ,
Jan 20, 2020

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Hey Eric,

 

Thank you for your response. The reference guidebooks are available when you view the online page for downloading the applications, and they are the instructional books on how to use the applications. Those are always available. But InCopy and Bridge were the only Adobe applications that I didn't see a "How-To-Use" aka a reference book for. But I completely understand what you mean by online training resources. I'll sign up later this year with LinkedIn Learning since they bought Lynda.com and now have all of Lynda.com's classes and more. Thanks again for your help.

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Jan 21, 2020

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Adobe has a great library of videos tv.adobe.com, you might get lucky.

Also, check YouTube and Udemy (sometimes their courses are great value, without having to subscribe)

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Hi,

 

This is a bit dated (from 2016), but it is the full 250+ page PDF reference guide and manual for Adobe InCopy:

 

https://helpx.adobe.com/pdf/incopy_reference.pdf

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Thank you, Fourteen. Dated is better than lost or undiscovered. 

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