The application frame


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The application frame

What you're looking at here is the default appearance and look of InDesign when you first launch it right after you've installed that and launched it for the first time. I don't have any documents open right now, so it's just the application open with the Welcome Screen. And we're going to turn on a feature that is not on by default on the Mac. On Windows, it's just the way Windows applications work. On the Mac since applications have not work like this typically, this feature is turned off and what I'm talking about is the Application Frame.

The way applications work on the Mac by default typically is that the menu is at the top of the screen and these panels float or are docked to the edges of the monitor. The application itself does not sit in a window. They can be moved or resized, or whatever. On a Windows computer of course, all applications sit in a resizable window that can be minimized, resized, smaller than the screen, or maximized to fill the screen...

The application frame
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The application frame 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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