Placing via drag-and-drop from Bridge


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Placing via drag-and-drop from Bridge

In addition to being able to drag-and- drop from your desktop or your explorer, you can also drag-and-drop to place files from Adobe Bridge. Now Bridge, of course, is something that's installed with all the Adobe applications. It's a separate application and has a little bit more functionality than just looking at files on your desktop. There actually is a shortcut to switch to Bridge. Normally Command+O or Ctrl +O is your Open command. The Command+Option+O or Ctrl+Alt+O is your Browse in Bridge command or basically, Switch to Bridge.

So I am going to do that. Command+Option+O or Ctrl+Alt+O switches you to Adobe Bridge. If it wasn't already opened, it would've launched so it may have taken a little bit of a delay there if you are following along. And it's a toggle, so if you do Command+Option+O/Ctrl+Alt+O again, it takes you back to InDesign. So I am going to toggle back, Command +Option+O/Ctrl+Alt+O. I'm looking at Bridge. I happen to be seeing the Links for the docum...

Placing via drag-and-drop from Bridge
Video duration: 4m 45s 6h 28m Intermediate

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Placing via drag-and-drop from Bridge 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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