After creating an InDesign Creative Suite 5 document, you can still make changes to its original document setup. To change the size of pages or the number of pages in an InDesign CS5 document that’s already [more…]
In InDesign Creative Suite 5, grids and guides help you align elements on the page. Grids and guidelines can be shown (displayed) or hidden as needed. Grids and guides are similar, except that grids are [more…]
The panels in InDesign Creative Suite 5 are used to edit page elements. Save the location and grouping of these panels in a custom workspace.
You may find that you use some panels in InDesign CS5 more than [more…]
The content you use when creating publications with InDesign Creative Suite 5 is mostly imported from other programs. You can import text, formatted tables, and graphics, then use InDesign to organize, [more…]
You can view elements of an InDesign Creative Suite 5 publication in many ways, such as scrolling, zooming, and simply moving the page back and forth.
Change the view of your InDesign publication to fit [more…]
Saving a InDesign Creative Suite 5 publication often is important so that you don’t lose any work if your computer or software crashes or the power goes out. Even the best computers and applications fail [more…]
After creating an InDesign Creative Suite 5 text frame, you can easily change the text frame's options (inset spacing, alignment, or paragraph spacing) if you like. [more…]
Columns can be added to any text frame in an InDesign Creative Suite 5 publication. As many as 40 columns can be inserted in a single text frame. If you already have text in a frame, the text is automatically [more…]
Most InDesign Creative Suite 5 publications contain text, placed inside frames. Because your InDesign CS5 documents will probably contain text, it’s important to know how to format, style, and control [more…]
You may have Adobe InDesign Creative Suite 5 files on your hard drive that you created, saved, and then closed. To edit or view their contents, you must open these files again. [more…]
Save the strokes, fills, and spacing applied to an InDesign Creative Suite 5 table in a table style. Creating a table style lets you reuse the table setup for future tables. [more…]
By placing text on a path in an InDesign Creative Suite 5 Publication, you can curve it along a line or shape. Text on a path is particularly useful when you want to create interesting titling effects [more…]
You can manually move or resize an InDesign Creative Suite 5 text frame. To change a frame's location or its dimensions more precisely, use the Transform panel instead. [more…]