Adjust transparency InDesign CS6


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Adjusting transparency

What's the number one coolest, most amazing feature in InDesign? Well, XML of course. No, no, I'm just kidding, it's Transparency and we've already looked at how InDesign can import images with Transparency. Now let's take a step farther and look at how you can apply Transparency effects to any object in InDesign. I have my roux_flyer document open from my Exercise folder and I'd like to apply an interesting Transparency effect to this word ART. I'll zoom in to 200% by pressing Command+2 or Ctrl+2 to on Windows and I'm going to open that control central for all Transparency effects that is the Effects panel.

If you don't see your Effects panel in your dock, either switch to your workspace to Advanced or grab it out of the Window menu. You can apply a Transparency effect to any object on your page whether it's a graphic, text, line or whatever. The first thing we're going to change here is the Opacity, how transparent this object is. Right now the...

Adjusting transparency
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Adjusting transparency provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS6 Essential Training

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