Find out how to adjust the fit of graphics in an InDesign layout.
- [Instructor] In this movie,…we're going to explore the relationship…between the content and frames.…Whenever you place an image or an illustrated file…into an InDesign document, it gets wrapped in a frame.…Okay, so here's how we work with them.…I'm going to start off on the back cover our document here…and just select this frame at the moment.…In fact I'll move it off the page,…and I'm just going to zoom out just a little bit for you.…In fact I'll go to 100% here, Command + 1, like so.…
That should give us plenty of room…to be able to see both things together.…So you can see here the frame at the moment…is larger, there's a gap along the top,…because the content, which we resized in Photoshop…has now moved downwards.…Now we can access that content by clicking…on the content grabber.…Okay, now you can see there's another frame here…and that's the frame of the actual content…and we can do various different things with that.…For the moment, what I'd like to do…is make sure that it is aligned more towards the bottom…
- The creative process
- Layout and composition
- Transforming images and assets in Photoshop
- Drawing logos in Illustrator
- Designing graphics and documents in InDesign
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