Use Free Transform Tool in Adobe InDesign CS6
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You're watching VisiHow. In this tutorial, we are going to show you how to use "Free Transform Tool" in Adobe InDesign CS6 in Windows 7.
- 1Clicking this will bring up a list of your recently used programs. You might see "Adobe InDesign" on the list. It has a pink-and-purple icon with the letters "ID" on it.To begin, you should open Adobe InDesign CS6 either from your desktop or by coming down to the bottom-left corner and clicking the Windows icon.Advertisement
- 5Alternatively, you could click "Open...". This will create a new document. You can also do this with the shortcut "Ctrl" + "N". For more information, refer to our tutorials on https://visihow.com/Get_Started_with_a_Document_in_Adobe_InDesign_CS6 how to create a new document and on how to open an existing document.Move the cursor to "New" and click "Document...".
- 7Please refer to the tutorial on how to use "Rectangle Tool", "Ellipse Tool", and "Polygon Tool".First, click "Rectangle Tool".
- 12The icon is a dotted rectangle with an arrow through it. You can also press "E" on the keyboard. There is a very small black arrow in the icon and in the other icons too. That means that you can click and drag the tool to reveal an expanded list. The cursor will change to the black arrow.Then, click the "Free Transform Tool" icon in the vertical toolbar.
- 16"Free Transform Tool" is very useful when creating shapes or areas for text. As InDesign is more focused on text and images, use this tool to create frames and shapes into which you can place images or text.You can always use the options at the top to change other shape settings.
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