Laying Out Frame Box's In Adobe InDesign 
Laying Out Frame Box's In Adobe InDesign
by TastyTuts
Video Lecture 8 of 14
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Date Added: July 23, 2017

Lecture Description

In this tutorial I will be demonstrating how to layout placeholder frames in an InDesign composition ready to place in images and text.

In Adobe InDesign all elements contained in a composition such as text, images and tables are contained in placeholder frames.

To lay out my composition I will be referencing my scamp drawing, which I also created in a previous video. So basicly I am going to copy this drawing and achieve the same layout in InDesign.



This video is part of a 13 part course:


00 - Adobe Indesign For Beginners - Tutorial Overview & Breakdown


01 - Preparation For Adobe Indesign Projects

02 - Photoshop Action / Image Processing In Adobe Bridge - Changing Colour Profiles

03 - Creating a Scamp, Designing For Your Composition

04 - Document SetUp In Adobe Indesign

05 - Adobe Indesign Interface Introduction

06 - The Links Panel In Adobe Indesign


08 - Managing / Formatting Text & Tables in Adobe Indesign

09 - Placing Images Into Adobe Indesign

10 - Modifying Indesign Images In Photoshop & Illustrator.

11 - Objects In Adobe Indesign


12 - Export to PDF In Adobe Indesign

13 - Preflight In Adobe Indesign



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Course Description

In this series I will be demonstrating how to create a small project in Adobe Indesign from start to finish. We will be covering many topics, such as how to set up your document, understand how the program works, use text in Indesign, prepare and import images into indesign and finally export your document ready for print.


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