The Arrange Documents widget


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The Arrange Documents widget

When you're working with multiple documents in InDesign you've got quite a bit of control about how you want those documents to be arranged on your screen. By default, they are in tabs, one document visible at a time, but you can change that of course. Under the Window menu you've got the legacy Arrange submenu command here we've got some choices here to choose from. But you have a much more visual option now available in the Application bar or the App bar. It's the Arrange Documents widget right here. If I click on that pop-up menu, I get some icons representing what my options are.

It is kind of nice to have a picture there. The number of icons you have available is determined by the number of documents you have open. So since I only have two documents open right now, I just get these two icons below the line here. So if I want to arrange these vertically, side-by-side, I can just choose the 2-Up button here, and it divides up the screen equally among the two documents...

The Arrange Documents widget
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The Arrange Documents widget provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the InDesign CS4 Power Shortcuts

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Design
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InDesign
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