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Adobe InDesign CS5 : Customizing - General Preferences Controls

10/25/2011 4:13:22 PM
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The General category lets you control several types of preferences .

The General settings of the Preferences dialog box.

If you have several sections in the same document, they could all have a page number of 1. The page numbering preferences change how the page numbers are displayed.

To set the page number preferences

Choose one of the following from the Page Numbering View menu :

  • Absolute Numbering uses the physical placement number of the page in the document .

  • Section Numbering uses the numbers set from the section options .

The Page Numbering View menu lets you choose the section numbers or absolute numbers.

The difference in the Pages panel between using absolute numbers and section numbers. The black triangles indicate the start of a new section.

The Font Downloading and Embedding section controls the threshold below which a font is subset.

To choose the threshold for font subsetting

Enter an amount in the Always Subset Fonts With Glyph Counts Greater Than field .

The Font Downloading and Embedding area lets you control whether fonts are embedding or subset.

Tip

The number 2000 ensures that fonts with large character sets are always subset, creating smaller files. Custom fonts with a few characters are set in their entirety.


To select locked objects:

Deselect Prevent Selection of Locked Objects to use them as the anchored objects for alignment .

Deselect Prevent Selection of Locked Objects to use them as the anchored objects for alignment.

To set the scaling preferences

Choose one of the following from the When Scaling area .

  • Apply to Content scales text so that the point size changes.

  • Adjust Scaling Percentage scales text so that the original point size is displayed with the new size in parentheses.

Choose one of the When Scaling options to set how the point size of text changes when the frame is scaled.

Every once in a while you may see a dialog box that warns you about doing something. These alerts have checkboxes you can select so you never see the warning again. If you’ve turned them off, you can reset them all to turn back on.

To reset the warning dialog boxes

Click the Reset All Warning Dialogs button at the bottom of the General preferences . An alert box informs you that you will now see the warnings.

Click the Reset All Warning Dialogs to bring back those annoying alert messages when you perform certain actions.

 
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