Using the Links panel


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Using the Links panel

When you're working with many images inside of your layout, you may want to be able to track those particular images. You want to know where they came from and you also want to know if they are embedded or if they are linked so on and so forth. I'm going to continue working with the same document that I was using in a previous movie. I already have a few images, some of them are linked and some of them are embedded. For example these two images are embedded and this one right here is a linked image. Well if you want to be able to track your images, you can do so through the Links panel. I'm going to go to the Window menu and swirl down over here to where it says Links. So here you can see a panel that identifies the fact that I currently have three images inside of my file. The ones that have an icon here indicate that these images are embedded. This one over here is a linked image that does not have the icon next to it, and it also identifies this as being a Photoshop file,...

Using the Links panel
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Using the Links panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mordy Golding as part of the Illustrator CS4 Essential Training

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Design
Software:
Illustrator
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