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079 Converting a clipping path to a frame

079 Converting a clipping path to a frame: InDesign Secrets
079 Converting a clipping path to a frame: InDesign Secrets

Converting a clipping path to a frame is a helpful function you may need when, for example, you want a commercial printer to spot-varnish part of the page, but not all of it. Learn how to duplicate a targeted section, convert a quick and easy clipping path to a frame, and format your frame as desired in this InDesign online tutorial. Clipping paths can also be used to create special effects during the print process or within the digital display of your work.

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Skill Level Intermediate
27h 14m
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