Align and distributing objects InDesign CS6


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Aligning and distributing objects

Whenever you have two or more objects on your page, you need to think about the relationship of those two objects. Stacking order is one kind of relationship; that is, which is in front of the other. Another kind of relationship is aligning, or distributing objects on the page. For example, how do you make objects align just along their left edges? Let's zoom in on this page, and see if we can line up these objects. As I drag one of these objects around, you will see little green lines flashing on and off. Those green lines are smart guides, and smart guides make it really easy to line up objects.

When I drag this image, so that it's aligned with the image on its left, I see a green line across the top of both objects. Now I know that they are snapped right to align along their tops. I will drag this image over to the left, and when they are aligned on their left edge, I see a green line going right through their centers. Technically this means their centers are aligned, but beca...

Aligning and distributing objects
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Aligning and distributing objects 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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