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Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Frames and Shapes - Selecting Type, Working with Shapes
The shape tools in InDesign enable you to create rectangles, ellipses, and polygons. You can also create lines with the Line tool and draw freeform shapes with the Pencil tool. To create custom paths and shapes, you can draw and edit points using the tools available in the Pen toolset.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Frames and Shapes - Selecting and Editing Frames and Their Contents
To move, scale, rotate, or shear a frame—or apply any object formatting attributes, such as drop shadow or transparency effects—you must select the frame first.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Frames and Shapes - Combining and Converting Frames and Shapes
You can combine two or more frames or shapes in various ways using the Pathfinder panel controls.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Frames and Shapes - Understanding Frames Versus Shapes
In InDesign, both rectangle tools (frame and shape) can be used to draw a picture box or a text box. Frames can be shapes and shapes can be frames, and you do not have to draw a box first before placing an image. Despite this flexibility, you should be aware of some differences when working with the frame and shape tools.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Hiding and Showing Objects, Creating Inline Objects
An inline object is a shape or graphic that is pasted into a text frame. The object is pasted into a text frame in the same way as a text. When the object is placed in a text, you can adjust the object in the frame by using the Direct Selection tool or move the object in the text frame by using the Selection tool.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Locking and Unlocking Objects
After you’ve spent a lot of time laying out objects in your document, you may want to lock everything into place. The Lock command on the Object menu allows you to lock the position of one or more selected objects.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Rotating Objects
After you create an object, you can change its orientation by rotating it. For a freeform rotation, when you want to rotate the object in other than 90-degree increments, you can use the Selection or Rotate tool.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Shearing Objects
The Shear tool on the Tools panel allow you to be creative as you transform objects by creating a slanted version of that object. With the Shear tool, which is under the Free Transform tool (New!), you can transform the object from its center or the reference point.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Scaling Objects
After you create an object, you can change its size by scaling it. To resize an object, either smaller or larger, you can use the Scale tool, which is under the Free Transform tool .
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Using the Free Transform Tool
The Free Transform tool allows you to rotate, scale (resize), or shear (slant) an object. However, you cannot copy an object or move the reference point. As you drag to transform an object, you can use keyboard keys to alter the results of a transformation.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Repeating Object Transformations
When you perform a transformation on an object, InDesign remembers your choices, which allows you to repeat the transformation again on another object. With the commands on the Transform Again submenu on the Object menu, you can repeat transformations individually or as a sequence.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Arranging Object Stack Order, Transforming Objects
Multiple objects on a document appear in a stacking order, like layers of transparencies. Stacking is the placement of objects one on top of another. In other words, the first object that you draw is on the bottom and the last object that you draw is on top.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Distributing Objects
To evenly align several objects to each other across the document, either horizontally or vertically, select them and then choose a distribution option. For a quick alternative, you can use Live Distribute (New!) to evenly create space between objects proportionally.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Aligning Objects
In addition to using grids and guides to align objects to a specific point, you can align a group of objects to each other. The alignment buttons on the Align and Control panels make it easy to align two or more objects relative to each other or to the page.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Grouping and Combining Objects
Selecting and grouping objects makes it easier to work with multiple objects as if they were a single object. You can easily select, cut, copy, paste, move, recolor, and transform a grouped object. You can group all types of objects, yet still edit individual objects within the group as needed without having to ungroup them first by using the Direct Selection tool.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Saving Files in Other Formats
InDesign's Save, Save As, and Save a Copy commands let you save documents and templates using InDesign's native file format. The Export command opens the Export dialog box, from which you can save documents and some individual document elements such as stories and graphics in several other formats.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Saving Documents and Templates
When you open a new document, it's assigned a default name (Untitled-1, Untitled-2, and so on) and the first page appears in the document window. At this point, you're like a painter standing in front of a blank canvas.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Duplicating Objects
Duplicating objects can be a powerful way of creating geometrical artwork. You can duplicate one or more selected objects by dragging them, using keys, copying to and pasting from the Clipboard, or using the Step and Repeat command.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Resizing Objects, Moving Objects
When an object is too big or small for its location, you can resize the object to fit. When you select one or more objects with the Selection tool, square resizing handles appears on the corner and midpoint, which you can drag to change the size of the object.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Using the Direct Selection Tool
With the Direct Selection tool, you can select a point on an object or graphics inside an object. When you point to (New!) or select an object with the Direct Selection tool, path and anchor points appear on the corners of the frame to make it easier to identify and view. You no longer need to select an object to select an anchor point.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Opening Documents and Templates (part 2) - Converting documents created with other programs
Because other programs' formats are so different from InDesign's, and their capabilities differ as well, the chances of being able to import a foreign document and have it flawlessly convert to InDesign are small. Use this feature as the first step in the conversion process, but expect to spend time cleaning up the converted files by hand.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Opening Documents and Templates (part 1) - Working with files in the Bridge file system
Bridge is designed to be a central repository for Creative Suite programs and support files, mainly for use in workgroup situations but also as an Adobe-centric alterative to the standard Mac and Windows file systems.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Using the Selection Tool
There are several ways to select objects in InDesign. The Selection tool selects entire objects, while the Direct Selection tool selects a point on an object or images inside objects.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Creating Lines, Creating Multiple Objects in a Grid
You can duplicate objects in a grid. Select the Selection tool, select an object, hold down Alt (Win) or Option (Mac) and start to drag, release the Alt or Option key. Press the arrow keys to change the columns and rows. Drag a rectangle to specify the size of the grid (New!).
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Objects and Layers - Creating Shapes
A frame is a container that holds graphics, text, and shapes. There are three types of frames: unassigned, graphic, and text. The unassigned frame is useful for adding fill and stroke color to a layout.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Using Scripts - Exploring JavaScript
JavaScript is a very complex language based on object-oriented programming, which abstracts items and attributes as objects that are then grouped, changed, or otherwise manipulated.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Using Scripts & Script tips
When writing scripts, you can associate a script to a specific InDesign menu action so that when a user chooses that menu item, a script runs automatically (technically, by assigning a script to a MenuAction command's Prenotify or Postnotify property when writing the script's code).
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Customizing - Type Preferences
I grew up using computer word processing programs that have drag and drop text features. So I always have Drag and Drop Text turned on for both Story Editor View as well as Layout View.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Customizing - Interface Preferences
Select Auto-Collapse Icon Panels to cause selected docked panels to automatically close when you move back to a document.
Adobe InDesign CS5 : Working with Clipping Paths
You can create one in Adobe Photoshop and then place it into your InDesign document with the Apply Photoshop Clipping Path option in the Import Options dialog box, or you can have InDesign try to create a clipping path from the edges of an image.
 
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