Join Deke McClelland for an in-depth discussion in this video Navigating pages, part of Learning InDesign (2011).
In this exercise I'm going to show you how to navigate between pages inside InDesign.…I'll also show you how to add pages to a document and delete pages as well.…Along the way, I'm going to toss out a few keyboard shortcuts.…Now, feel free to ignore these shortcuts if you like, but if you take the time to…go ahead and memorize them--and most of them, by the way, rely on the Page Up and…Page Down keys, so it's not all that tough--…you are going to find yourself moving a lot more quickly through your document.…I'm working inside of a file called Facing pages.indd.…
It's found inside the Exercise Files folder, and I'm currently looking at Page 1 of 8 pages.…How do I know there are 8 pages in all?…Well, there's two ways to confirm that.…One is to go down to the lower left-hand corner of the document window, click on…this down-pointing arrowhead to bring up a pop-up menu, and you'll see each one…of your pages listed.…So if you select page 5, for example,…you'll go ahead and advance to page 5 inside of your document.…
- Getting around a document
- Making text frames
- Creating paragraph styles
- Adding bullets and numbers
- Repeating elements with master pages
- Cropping and scaling artwork
- Wrapping text around a graphic
- Preparing a document for print
- Exporting a PDF file
Skill Level Appropriate for all
1. Setting Up Documents
2. Formatting Text
3. Using Automated Formatting
4. Formatting Pages and Pouring
5. Adding Photographs and Art
6. Combining Type and Graphics
Making a quick logo6m 7s
7. Saving and Printing
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