Using Layout Adjustment


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Using Layout Adjustment

One of the most dreaded things you may be called on to do is to deal with a change in the size and dimensions of your long document after it's in production. Hopefully this never happens to you, but if it does and you have a very simple design, the Layout Adjustment feature might help you avoid repouring or relaying out the whole book. When you alter the size of a document with Layout Adjustment on, InDesign moves and resizes page items according to their relationship with margins, columns, and ruler guides. Layout Adjustment works best on simple repetitive layouts, like a book where there's a main text frame that extends all the way to the margins and not much else on the page.

But for highly designed layouts where each page is handcrafted and unique, those are probably not going to work well with Layout Adjustment. So the first thing to know about Layout Adjustment is where to turn it on and off, and not surprisingly, that's in the Layout menu. We'll choose Layout > ...

Using Layout Adjustment
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Using Layout Adjustment provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Mike Rankin as part of the Creating Long Documents with InDesign

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Design
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InCopy InDesign
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