Use Text Wrap for Objects in Adobe InDesign CS6
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- 6You can also do this with the shortcut "Ctrl + N" or by clicking "File". If you prefer, you can open an existing document as well. For more information, refer to our tutorials on how to create a new document and on how to open an existing document.From the dialogue box you can click "Document" to create a new document.
- 9Please refer to "Use Frames in Adobe InDesign CS6" to learn more about frames.Click and drag the frame for the text.
- 17Please refer to the tutorial on how to use "Type Tool" to see how to change the font size.Then, change the size of the text by typing in the font size field at the top.
- 20You can experiment with how it wraps around the object. This is useful when you want to have an image amongst the text, for example, in a book or in an illustration. "Text Wrap" helps to polish the text and make everything look professional.When the object selected, click various "Text Wrap" icons.
- 23InDesign has a lot of text options, because people usually use InDesign to assemble documents or publications: magazines, books, or even recipe books, whereas Illustrator and Photoshop are much more image-based. InDesign works equally well with text and images.You can also click the "Wrap to" drop-down menu to adjust the "Text Wrap" settings.Advertisement
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