Work with Content Collector Tool in Adobe InDesign CS6
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- 6You can move the cursor to "New" and click "Document...".This will create a new document. You can also do this with the shortcut "Ctrl" + "N". Alternatively, you can click "Open..." to open an existing document from the "File" menu as well. For more information, refer to our tutorials on how to create a new document and on how to open an existing document.
- 9First, click the "Content Collector Tool" from the toolbar on the left.The icon looks like an arrow pointing at a basket. In the bottom-left corner of the icon, you may notice a small black triangle, which indicates that when we click and drag the icon to the right, a menu with "Content Collector Tool" and "Content Placer Tool" will be shown. The cursor will change. You can start "collecting" the images into a "basket". A long gray dialogue box will appear along the bottom of the screen, which will be where our selected images go. Imagine that this is the basket.
- 16Now, you can adjust the size of and move the images by dragging them.Experiment with that. This is a very good tool to work with multiple photos and magazine layouts. You can easily create a gallery. The fast tool helps you to ensure that everything is uniform.Advertisement
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