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Rearranging layers 6. Merging layers 6. Deleting layers 6. Controlling guides 6. Summary 7. Creating Layout Standards 7. Creating and Applying Master Pages 7. The Pages panel 7.

Creating a new master page 7.


Basing a master page on another master page 7. Creating master pages from document pages 7. Importing a master page 7. Duplicating a master 7.

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Deleting a master 7. Laying out a master page 7. Applying a master page to document pages 7. Modifying master items on document pages 7. Using Templates 7.

Creating templates 7. Modifying templates 7. Creating documents from templates 7. Storing Objects in Libraries 7. Adding and deleting library objects 7. Cataloging library objects 7. Copying library objects onto document pages 7. Working with Styles 7. Creating styles 7. Modifying styles 7. Applying styles 7. Managing styles 7.

Using style groups 7.

Understanding predefined styles 7. Unapplying a style 7. Using Ruler Guides and Grids 7. Ruler guides 7. Creating ruler guides manually 7. Creating a set of guides automatically 7. Working with ruler guides 7. Working with column guides 7. Working with the baseline grid 7. Working with the document grid 7. Snapping to guides 7. Summary 8. Defining Colors, Tints, and Gradients 8. Defining Color Terms 8.

Understanding Process and Spot Color 8. Identifying methods of color printing 8. Mixing spot and process colors 8. Converting spot color to process color 8. Working with Color Models 8. Understanding Paper Variation Models 8. Defining Colors and Tints 8.

Creating colors the ideal way: The Swatches panel 8. Using Kuler to add to your color swatches 8. Creating tints 8. Mixing color swatches to create more colors 8.

Creating colors the risky way: Using the Color panel 8.

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Importing and sampling colors 8. Importing swatches 8. Importing colors from graphics 8. Sampling colors 8. Working with Gradients 8. Creating gradients 8. Creating unnamed gradients 8.

Adjusting gradient angle and location 8. Managing Swatches 8.

Editing swatches 8. Merging swatches 8. Deleting swatches 8. Duplicating swatches 8. Applying Colors, Tints, and Gradients 8. Summary III. Object Fundamentals 9.

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Adding Frames, Shapes, and Lines 9. Creating a Text Frame 9. Creating a Graphics Frame 9.

Converting Frames for Specific Content 9. Drawing Straight Lines 9. Summary Manipulating Objects Selecting Objects Understanding the selection tools Selecting objects Selecting overlapping objects The content grabber The Select submenu Keyboard shortcuts Control panel selection buttons Selecting multiple objects Deselecting objects Moving Objects Creating Copies of Objects Copying objects within documents Copying objects between documents Deleting Objects Preventing Objects from Printing Hiding Objects Aligning and Distributing Objects Working with the Align panel Working with live distribution Working with smart guides Working with smart spacing and measurements Using the Gap Tool Transforming Objects Resizing and Scaling Objects Resizing methods Using the mouse Using the Control or Transform panel Scaling methods Performing Other Transformations Rotating objects Using the Selection tool Using the Rotate tool Using the panels Using the Shear tool Flipping objects Using the Free Transform tool Repeating Transformations Undoing Transformations Replacing Object Attributes Applying Effects to Objects Working with Strokes Adding strokes Creating stroke styles Applying Corner Options Applying Lighting Effects Using the Effects panel and related controls Applying transparency Applying drop shadows and inner shadows Applying feathering Applying basic feathering Applying directional feathering Applying gradient feathering Applying outer and inner glows Applying an outer glow Applying an inner glow Applying beveling and embossing Applying satin effects Orchestrating Objects Stacking Objects Combining Objects into a Group Using groups within groups Selecting objects within groups Ungrouping Locking Objects Creating Inline Frames Creating an inline frame with the Paste command Creating an inline frame with the Place command Creating an inline frame using the Anchored Object command Adjusting inline frames Deleting inline frames When to use anchored frames Adding anchored frames Converting existing frames to anchored frames Adjusting anchored frames Releasing and deleting anchored frames Wrapping Text around Objects Using the Text Wrap panel Setting text-wrap preferences Changing the shape of a text wrap Defining and Applying Object Styles Creating object styles The Fill pane The Stroke pane The Paragraph Styles pane The Text Frame General Options pane The Text Frame Baseline Options pane The Story Options pane The Anchored Object Options pane The Frame Fitting Options pane Applying object styles Managing Links Menu options for managing links Menu options for managing link information Panel Options dialog box Adding Metadata Captions Summary IV.

Graphics Fundamentals Importing Graphics Preparing Graphics Files Graphics embedded in text files Issues with vector files Embedded fonts PostScript files: EPS DCS Illustrator InDesign PDF Other vector formats PICT Windows Metafile Issues with bitmap formats Professional-level bitmap formats Photoshop Scitex CT TIFF Web-oriented bitmap formats GIF JPEG PNG Other bitmap formats Identifying Color Issues Color systems Calibrated color Exploring Methods for Importing Graphics Using the Place dialog box Using import options Import options for bitmap graphics Image pane Color pane PNG Settings pane Layers pane Import options for vector file formats EPS Import Options dialog box Place PDF dialog box Place InDesign Document dialog box Using other ways to import graphics Copy and paste Drag and drop Fitting Graphics and Frames Together Fitting Graphics within Their Frames Resizing a graphic's frame Moving a graphic in its frame Using an irregular frame Figuring Out the Fitting Commands Working with Clipping Paths Using a graphic's own clipping path Using the clipping path as a mask Using the clipping path as a wrap boundary Creating a clipping path in InDesign Modifying clipping paths Deleting clipping paths Drawing Free-form Shapes and Curved Paths Finding Out All about Paths The properties of a path Closure Stroke Fill Contents The anatomy of a path Drawing Lines with the Pen Tool Straight and zigzag lines Curved lines Curved segments connected by smooth points Curved segments connected by corner points Combining straight and curved segments Drawing Free-Form Shapes Editing Free-Form Lines and Shapes Adding and deleting anchor points Modifying segments Moving anchor points Converting anchor points Manipulating direction handles Working with open and closed paths Extending an open path and connecting open paths Closing an open path Opening a closed path Using the Scissors tool Joining Paths Working with Compound Paths Examples of compound paths in use Create transparent areas within a path Apply a single background color or graphic across several shapes Quickly create complex shapes Creating compound paths Editing compound paths Changing a path's direction Splitting a compound path Using the Pathfinder Using Other Path Effects The Convert Shape options The Smooth tool The Erase tool Summary V.

Text Fundamentals Importing Text Files Determining Where to Format Documents Preparing Text Files Preserving special features in text files Tables Headers and footers folios Footnotes and endnotes Hyperlinks Inline graphics and text boxes Avoiding text-file pitfalls Fast save Software versions Adding Text Using the Type tool Pasting text Dragging and dropping text Importing text with the Place dialog box Import options for text-only files InCopy files Import options for Microsoft Excel files Import options for Tagged Text files Flowing Text through a Document Working with Text Frames Creating text frames on master pages Creating a master text frame Modifying master text frames Drawing additional text frames Creating rectangular and variable-shaped text frames Threading Text Frames Threading frames manually Threading frames semiautomatically Threading frames and adding pages automatically Placing text while autoflowing Autoflowing after placing text Breaking and rerouting threads Adjusting Columns Specifying columns in master frames Adjusting columns in text frames Placing rules between columns Managing Other Text Frame Behaviors With 52 filters and over effects found in Color Efex Pro 3.

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Chapter Manipulating Objects. Transforming Objects.

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Applying Effects to Objects. Orchestrating Objects. Part IV: Graphics Fundamentals. Importing Graphics. Fitting Graphics and Frames Together. Drawing Free-form Shapes and Curved Path. Part V: Text Fundamentals. Importing Text Files. Flowing Text through a Document.

Editing, Spell-checking, and Replacing Text. Specifying Character Attributes. Specifying Paragraph Attributes. Creating Special Text Formatting. Using Special Characters. Part VI: Business Document Fundamentals. Workgroup Editing. Setting Up Tabs and Tables. Using Automatic and Custom Text. Part VII: Output Fundamentals. Creating Multidocument Projects.Modifying clipping paths Part I: Welcome to InDesign. Exporting interactive PDFs Customizing keyboard shortcuts 3. Using import options Working with audio and video objects Previewing interactive features Creating interactive PDFs and e-books In most respects, a document is a document is a document, but in today's electronic world, documents have evolved to include more than the text and graphics that have comprised documents for centuries.

Exporting files as JPEG graphics 4.

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