IN THIS CHAPTER
Working with and importing image files
Selecting images on the page
Knowing page layout settings
Using text and graphics in your layouts
Working with pages
Using master pages and spreads
This chapter shows you how to put graphics and text together so that you can start creating page layouts. Interesting and creative page layouts help draw attention to the pictures and words contained within the publication. An interesting layout motivates more members of the audience to read the text you place on a page.
You can add many kinds of image files to an InDesign document. Some of the most common are AI, PSD, PDF, JPG, PNG, and TIF. Images are imported into graphic frames. You can create the frames before importing, or if you don’t have a frame, InDesign creates one for you instantly when you add the image to the page. ...