Add rounded corners and other corner options InDesign CS6


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Adding rounded corners and other corner options

In the last movie I discussed how to change the shape of objects on your page. Here's one more way to change a shape, but here we are only going to be changing Objects Corners. I have my roux_flyer document open from the Exercise Folder. I'm going to zoom in here on the upper right corner and I want to change the shape of the corners on this object. I'll select it, go to the Object menu and choose Corner Options. The Corner Options dialog box let's me change the corners on each of the four sides of this rectangle.

For example, right now all four sides are set to sharp edge corners. But if I click on this pop-up menu, you can see that I could change it a Fancy, a Bevel, Inset, Inverse Rounded or Rounded. Most people just go with Rounded and when I change that it affects all four sides because I have this Link button turn on. If you want it to affect some corners and not others, you can turn that off. So, for example, I'm going to have a sharp edge in the upper left, in t...

Adding rounded corners and other corner options
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Adding rounded corners and other corner options provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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Design
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InDesign
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