In this chapter you learn how to import images of all kinds into your InDesign documents and how to manage links and embed images using the Links panel.
A page layout wouldn’t be a page layout without including some placed graphics. To add visual interest to a layout, you’ll most likely include a few photographs. You can also create custom-drawn logos and shapes in InDesign, and you can add graphics created in other vector-based drawing applications, such as Adobe Illustrator.
You can import graphics into an InDesign document in several ways:
• Use the File, Place command.
• Drag a graphic into the InDesign document from programs such as Bridge, the Mini Bridge panel, Photoshop, Illustrator, ...