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Working with Objects in Adobe InDesign CC (2015 release)

Chapter Description

In this excerpt from Adobe InDesign CC Classroom in a Book (2015 release), you'll learn how to work with layers, create and edit text frames and graphics frames, import graphics into graphics frames, import multiple graphics into a grid of frames, crop, move, and scale graphics, adjust the space between frames, add captions to graphics frames, place and link graphics frames, change the shape of frames, wrap text around an object, create complex frame shapes, convert frame shapes to other shapes, modify and align objects, select and modify multiple objects, and create a QR code.

Finishing up

Now it’s time to admire your work.

  1. Choose Edit > Deselect All.
  2. Choose View > Fit Spread In Window.
  3. At the bottom of the Tools panel, hold down the current screen mode button (screenmodetool.jpg) and choose Preview from the hidden menu that appears. Preview mode is an ideal way to see what a document will look like when printed. Preview mode displays artwork as if it were output, with all nonprinting elements suppressed (grids, guides, frame edges, nonprinting objects) and the pasteboard set to the preview color defined in Preferences.

  4. Press the Tab key to close all the panels at the same time. Press the Tab key again when you are ready to show all the panels.
  5. Choose File > Save.

Congratulations. You have finished the lesson.

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