Using advanced effects


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Using advanced effects

We talked about drop shadows and glows and other transparency effects in the Essential Training title. Now it's time to go deeper, exploring some of the more obscure, but important features in the Effects panel, plus it's time to play a little bit. That's where you really learn the best stuff. I am going to jump to the second page of this document by pressing Shift+Page Down and I am going to grab this text frame and drag it down on top of this image, so we can see that it's in text inside of a white frame on top of the image. Why don't I zoom in little bit just by pressing Command+Plus or Ctrl+Plus on Windows a little bit, move this up. We can see the white frame, but we would like to see through the white frame a little bit, so I better go, grab the Effects panel. In the Effects panel, I can change the Opacity to let's say 80%, but the problem with this is it changed the Opacity of both the background fill and also the text. So that's not what I want to d...

Using advanced effects
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Using advanced effects 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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