Begin with a new InDesign document. (File>New Document…) You will need to draw a series of frames (using one of the frame tools) or objects (using the pen tool). Place images (or text) into the frames. Select the frame you…

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Begin with a new InDesign document. (File>New Document…) You will first need to create a text box using the text tool. Next, write, paste, or place the desired text into the text box and adjust the character and paragraph styles…

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You will notice the “Xs” in the middle of the frames change to be only one “x” that spans the frames that have been combined. Now, with your new compound path object selected, Navigate to File>Place and place an image…

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Begin with a new InDesign document. (File>New Document…) You will need to draw a series of boxes (or objects). It may be easy to do this using the rectangular frame tool (shown below) If you know the size of the…

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After you have typed (or placed) your text, you can set up a paragraph style for individual paragraphs. The advantage of using paragraph styles is that you can re-use your styles for other paragraphs later in your document. Select the…

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After you have typed (or placed) your text, you can set up a character style for individual characters. The advantage of using character styles is that you can re-use your styles at points later on in your document. Select the…

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In a new InDesign document, select the text tool from the tool palette on the left. Click and drag a text box where you would like to start typing text. You can now begin typing text. After you have typed…

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In a new InDesign document, select the text tool from the tool palette on the left. Click and drag a text box where you would like to start typing text. You can now begin typing text. After you have typed…

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In a new InDesign document, select the text tool from the tool palette on the left. Click and drag a text box where you would like to start typing text. You can now begin typing text. If you have text…

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In an InDesign document, make sure no existing objects are selected by choosing the arrow tool and clicking outside of the document boundary. Navigate to File>Place… or press ctrl+d (cmd + d on a mac) The “Place” dialog box will…

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