Using frames, dashes, and stripes


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Using frames, dashes, and stripes

A frame in QuarkXPress refers to the border around a picture or text box. You can think of it like a picture frame. There are a wide variety of styles and shapes that you can use for the frames and many of them are editable right within QuarkXPress. That way you can create your own frames. Let's have a look at how they work. I'm going to zoom in on this picture right here and when we click on it, we'll notice that down in the Measurements palette there is a Frame tab and here we can see that there is currently a 2 point solid frame in 50% black color, at 100% opacity assigned to this picture box.

We can change the thickness to anything we would like, we can change its color and tint and its opacity so that anything behind it will show through. The style of the frame could be anything from dots to dots and dashes, to dashes and dashes and various combinations of thick and thin rules. In addition, QuarkXPress includes a number of pre-built frame styles that could be handy is some...

Using frames, dashes, and stripes
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Using frames, dashes, and stripes provides you with in-depth training on Design. Taught by Jay Nelson as part of the QuarkXPress 8 Essential Training

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Design
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QuarkXPress
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