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020 Putting images on a stroke

020 Putting images on a stroke: InDesign Secrets
020 Putting images on a stroke: InDesign Secrets

Using an object to determine placement for text or a picture helps keep everything within an InDesign document in perspective. For example, placing a background image on the horizon line adds dimension. Putting images on a stroke helps achieve this effect by making the image placement relative to the stroke. Learn how to easily create artistic effects in this online video.

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Skill Level Intermediate
29h 8m
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