A collection of formatting attributes that can be applied to items throughout a document. Can be created for paragraphs, characters, objects, tables, and cells in a table.
Control the flow of text within columns, keeping text out of the gutters
A non-printing horizontal or vertical guide that can be aligned to any point on a ruler.
A method to position text, graphics or a spreadsheet file into a document.
A quick quality check on your document. This option checks the document and warns you of problems that may prevent the document or book from imaging as desired. For instance, it tells you about missing files or missing fonts. It also provides the information about the inks used, the first page a font appeared on, and print settings.
paste in place
If you copy something on to the clipboard and then choose paste in place from the edit menu it will be pasted in the same XY coordinates that you copied it from.
used to gather the files you've used, including fonts and linked graphics, for easy handoff to a service providerA package is a report, which is saved as a text file, includes the information in the Printing Instructions dialog box; a list of all used fonts, links, and inks required to print the document; and print settings.
define the central area of the page and have a strong effect on the aesthetic appeal of your layout. .
The use of an artificial intelligence engine to automatically reformat your document if you change your mind about the layout setup after the product is finished.
A menu item that allows the designer to do tasks such as placing text and/or graphics, exporting specific pages or an entire document, conducting preflight, package, or GoLive.
Columns subdivide the page vertically and create outlines for your text.
Provides a word processor-style view of any InDesign story (an individual text frame or set of threaded text frames). Any changes that you make to your text are simultaneously made to the layout.