Using the Position tool


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Using the Position tool

Though most of the time in InCopy you'll be working with text, you could also work with images if you wanted to. In fact I know of a few publications where they're giving copies of InCopy to the photo editors, so that the photo editors could open up the InDesign layout and place just the right photos in the spreads. So, let's talk about the tool that you used to work with images in InCopy and that is the Position tool. It's right here on the left underneath the Type tool, the Position tool. Shift+A or the Escape key is the keyboard shortcut to choose it. But let's just say that we're on the Type tool and we're looking at this new publication that I have opened, and we want to look for the image that the art director asks us to double-check as the best one that goes with this story.

So as you can see I'm scrolling down to the middle spread of this article, it's all about Joshua tree, National Forest I guess, and we have many stories that are in the work...

Using the Position tool
Video duration: 5m 14s 7h 30m Intermediate

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Using the Position tool provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Anne-Marie Concepción as part of the Collaborative Workflows with InDesign and InCopy

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Design
Software:
InCopy InDesign
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