Customizing the Links panel


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Customizing the Links panel

When you are working with links inside InDesign, the Links panel, of course, is your command center and that's where you want to go to get a bunch of information to manage the files that you place inside an InDesign document. By default, it doesn't look like there's actually much information available. There's the name, the status, and the page number, but it turns out, there are ton of other categories of information that you can turn on. You can really customize this Links panel into kind of a spreadsheet of multiple columns, if you will. I'm going to go ahead and pull out the Links panel and just float it by itself. By default, it's in a vertical dock, so the width of the panel is pretty narrow.

I'm going to go ahead and collapse the Link Info area, just so it doesn't take up any vertical space and then I'm going to make the panel a lot wider, just by clicking on the right edge and dragging it to the right. You can see now I've got all this sp...

Customizing the Links panel
Video duration: 3m 44s 6h 28m Intermediate

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Customizing the Links panel 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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