Using advanced anchored objects


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Using advanced anchored objects

In the Essential Training title, we looked at how to anchor an object into a particular place in a text story so that if the text moves, the object does too. In this movie, we are going to go deeper into Anchored Objects and decide for InDesign's incredibly confusing Anchored Objects dialog box. I have the Bliss_Magazine file open from the Exercise folder and I am going to jump to page 9 by pressing Command+J or Ctrl+J on Windows, press 9, hit Enter. And it takes me right to this last page of the document and I am going to zoom in on this part of the page. I can see that I have this floating object here.

It's basically a group of objects and I want to anchor it into this text. I will press W to jump out of Preview mode so we can see where the edges of the textframes are and the guides and all of that. While this object is selected, I will cut it to the clipboard, double- click before this W and then paste it into the text flow as an inline object. Now this object will actually ...

Using advanced anchored objects
Video duration: 11m 21s 8h 3m Intermediate

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Using advanced anchored objects provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by David Blatner as part of the InDesign CS4 Beyond the Basics

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Design
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InDesign
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