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090 Choosing alpha channel image transparency

090 Choosing alpha channel image transparency: InDesign Secrets
090 Choosing alpha channel image transparency: InDesign Secrets

When editing in Photoshop, some designers fear that their images won't appear the way they want them when they move them over to InDesign. Luckily, there are ways to view the image through different alpha channels that can be viewed in your InDesign document. Alpha channels are extra channels that are saved within a document. This online lesson provides information on choosing an alpha channel image transparency that is prepped in Photoshop and viewed on InDesign.

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