Looking at the Links panel


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Looking at the Links panel

The Links panel shows you everything that is linked in your document, and let's take a look at that now. If I open up my Links panel, I can see there are 11 linked images in my document. I notice at the very top there's an image with a triangle next to it. When I click on that, I can see this image was used twice, once on page 3 and once on page 6. When I click on the 3, it takes me to that page and shows me the image. Again, I can do the same thing for page 6. Now, the other thing I can do with the Links panel is I can see if anything is missing or modified.

I notice next to this image here I have a Stop sign. That means InDesign does not know where this image is located. It's either been moved or changed since I saved my document. To re-link it, I'm going to click on this image, and then I'm going to go up here and choose Relink from my flyout menu. I can also double-click on the image to re-link it as well. When I do that, I notice that it had a slight name change, b...

Looking at the Links panel
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Looking at the Links panel provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by James Wamser as part of the InDesign CS5: Print Production Guidelines

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Design
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InDesign
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