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Adobe by Kelly Kordes Anton, John Cruise

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Chapter Six. Working with Graphics

In addition to using InDesign’s drawing tools to create graphic elements within InDesign, you can also import graphics created with other programs. After you import a graphic into an InDesign layout, you can modify it in many ways, such as cropping, scaling, rotating, or flipping it horizontally or vertically. You can also use InDesign to apply see-through effects to imported graphics that make them appear translucent.

In this chapter we begin by explaining how to import graphics into InDesign layouts, and then tell you how to use some of InDesign’s most powerful features to modify imported graphics and manage graphic files.

#53 Placing Graphics

InDesign lets you import a broad range of common graphic formats, ...

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