Viewing frames and threads


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Viewing frames and threads

Alright, as promised, a couple of anchored object tid bits coming your way. These are a couple of tricks that are designed to help eliminate some of the pain and tears that you might run into. I am going to go ahead and notice I have this H that I went ahead and anchored in the previous exercise. I have got it selected here with the black arrow tool and there is a little Yen symbol that we can see. A little hidden character that indicates the spot to which the H is anchored. So I am going to press the Backspace key or the Delete key and notice not only does the H go away but my little Yen sign goes away as well.

So the entire anchor has been eliminated. Now don't worry, I did just delete it, but I still have the H in the keyboard. If I press Ctrl+V or Command+V on the Mac you can see there it is still. Alright, so we are going to redo the anchor actually. I am going to go ahead and select the Text tool and click in front of sans and I will go up to the Object menu, choose Anchored Object and c...

Viewing frames and threads
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Viewing frames and threads provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Deke McClelland as part of the InDesign CS3 One-on-One: Style Sheets

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