Canceling a loaded Place cursor


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Canceling a loaded Place cursor

Every once in a while, you might get in a situation where you would get a loaded Place cursor but then you want to get out of it. You've changed your mind, you don't want to place the images that are in the current place cursor, and you just want the whole thing to go away. So let's get that setup. We'll do File > Place again or Command+D or Ctrl+D. We'll go ahead and select several items. Let's go ahead and to select three, go ahead and click Open and I get my loaded cursor full of three images here. Now you can drop the current one, the current item in the place cursor, you can hit the Escape key for that but that only drops the current one. So, if you had 20 of these things in the cursor, you don't want to hit the Escape key 20 times.

I'll go ahead and undo that. Command+Z or Ctrl+Z. To get back to having three. Those are real quick easy way just to cancel the whole thing. You can either go and click on the Selection tool or what's even easier, just...

Canceling a loaded Place cursor
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Canceling a loaded Place cursor provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Michael Ninness as part of the InDesign CS4 Power Shortcuts

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