How To Create Scrollable Frames In Indesign Cs6


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Creating scrollable frames

Creating scrollable frames for content in the DPS project is a great way to fit more content into an area than you normally could. It's also a great way to keep pieces of content together. For example, if you had a long column of text and a particular image that you want to be always visible while the reader scrolled through the text, you could make the image static and the text frame scrollable. Let's see how. Now there are different methods for making scrollable content in a DPS folio and one that works with images is the Pan & Zoom overlay. It may not seem like a scrollable frame since sometimes you can zoom in different directions both vertically and horizontally, but by the way you crop the image you can constrain that and make it into a scrollable frame.

So here I have a placed photo and if I double-click on it, I can see the content and I can see that there's no more photo above or below the cropped area, but there's plenty on the left and the right-hand side....

Creating scrollable frames
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Creating scrollable frames provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the InDesign CS6: Interactive Documents

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