InDesign Tutorial: Working with Text and Paragraphs

04/12/2013 § Leave a comment

Shift+Click (place your text)

Shift+Click (place your text)

Space Before each paragraph.

Space Before each paragraph.

Creating a space between each paragraph all at once

Creating a space between each paragraph all at once

Indent Button

Indent Button

Drop Cap

Drop Cap

Drop Cap button

Drop Cap button

Adjusting the Leading: Space between each line

Adjusting the Leading: Space between each line

Leading Button

Leading Button

Inserting Images: ALWAYS use an image that is 300 DPI. The worst place to get an image from is the internet. Always scan in images at the correct size you want them at. CMD+D to palce an image. CMD+SHIFT+Click image corner to proportionally re-size your image.

Draw coloured rectangle and send to back, object-clipping options - options - detect image lines - this removes the background from the image

Draw coloured rectangle and send to back, object-clipping options – options – detect image lines – this removes the background from the image

background has gone

background has gone

window-text wrap

window-text wrap

text going around the image

text going around the image

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