You can also do this with the shortcut "Ctrl" + "N" on the keyboard. If you prefer, you can open an existing document from the "File" menu as well. For additional help with this step, please view our other Adobe InDesign tutorials.
Next, you have the options to change the formatting of your document
Experiment with how you want your document to look. If you would like to keep your formatting when adding text to a document, check "Preserve Styles and Formatting from Text and Tables". If you do not want to keep your formatting, you can just copy and paste your text.
This concludes our tutorial on how to import text from Microsoft Word in Adobe InDesign CS6 in Windows 7. If you have any questions or comments regarding this video or the program used, then just add them to the comment section below. Thank you for choosing VisiHow!
Freya Featured Author
1,135 Articles Started
1,135 Article Edits
Freya is a featured author with VisiHow. Freya has achieved the level of "Major" with 57,750 points. Freya has started 1,135 articles (including this one) and has also made 1,135 article edits. 517,000 people have read Freya's article contributions.
Freya's Message Board
Hi, my name is Freya.
Can I help you with your problem about "Import Text into Adobe InDesign CS6"?