2Chapter Objectives Create a new document and set up a master page Create text on master pagesApply master pages to document pagesModify master pages and document pagesPlace and thread textCreate new sections and wrap text
3Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page You create a new document in the New Document dialog box.Here you choose page size, margin size, gutter size and page orientation.
4Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Page size, also known as trim size, is equal to the width and height of the final document.Orientation refers to the page being tall (portrait) or wide (landscape).
5Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Enter number of pages in documentLandscapePortrait
6Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Margins and columns are useful as layout guides, and they play an important role in flowing textGutter refers to the space between the columns
7Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Master pages are templates that you create for a page layout.Once created, you apply the master page to the document pages you want to base on that layout.
8Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Master pages are found on the Pages panel.The default master page is called A-Master.Master pages can be single pages or left and right facing pages.
9Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Single master pageDefault master pageLeft and right master pagesDocument pages based on the A-MasterCreate new page buttonDelete selected pages button
10Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Everything on a master page is automatically placed on document pages based on that master.Use the Pages panel to add, delete, and reorder document pages and apply master pages to document pages.
11Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page New masters based on others have all of the same master items.To override or unlock a master item, press and hold [Shift][Ctrl] (Win) or [Shift] [command key] (Mac) to select those objects on the new master and make necessary changes.
12Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page All objects on the master, such as text frames or graphic frames, are called master items and function as a place where objects on the document pages are to be positioned.
13Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Guides are horizontal or vertical lines that you position on a page.Guides are used to help guide you in aligning objects on the page.When the Snap to Guides command is checked, objects adhere more readily to guides.
14Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page GuidesColumnGutter
15Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Create guides manually by “pulling” them out from the horizontal and vertical rulers.Modify guide colors by selecting them, then clicking the Ruler Guides command on the Layout menu.
16Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Modify the color of margins and columns in the Guides & Pasteboard section of the Preferences dialog box.The new color affects only new pages in the existing document.
17Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page You can lock column guidesYou can change and choose default colors for guides, margins, and columnsHorizontal guideGuides have a horizontal or vertical location
18Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Use the Control Panel to access options based on the type of object select.Use the Line tool to make lines on a page.
19Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page The Transform panel identifies a selected object’s width and height, and its horizontal and vertical locations on the page.You can select an object and change its size and location by changing values on the panel.
21Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page When an object is selected, the X Location value is the horizontal location—how far it is across the page.The Y Location value is the vertical location—how far it is down the page.When an object is selected, the
22Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page InDesign defines the position of an object using X and Y location values on the Transform panel.The zero point of the page is, by default, at the top-left corner of the page.When an object is selected, the
23Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page It is important to remember that X and Y locations are relative to the selected reference point.
25Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page X and Y Location values for circles are determined by the reference points of the bounding box that is placed around circles when they are selected.
26Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page Rotation angleOriginalposition ofobjectObject rotated from itsOriginal position 90degrees from its lower-left pointLower-left referencepoint
27Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page The Transform Again command is a powerful command that repeats the last transformation executed.
28Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page You create new master pages by clicking the New Master command on the Pages panel menu.You can name the new master and change margin and column settings.
29Create a New Document and Set Up a Master Page You can base a master page on an existing master page.Any changes you make to the first master are updated on the masters based on it.You can also load a master page from another InDesign document.
31Create Text on Master Pages It is a good idea to use automatic page numbering on your master pages.Create a text frame, click inside the text frame, click Type, point to Insert Special Character, point to Markers, then click Current Page Number.
32Create Text on Master Pages The automatic page number represents the individual page numbers that will appear on every page.If you add or delete pages, the page numbering is updated automatically.
33Create Text on Master Pages In text boxes you can insert additional white space or dashes before or after a character.em spaceen spaceem dashen dash
35Apply Master Pages to Document Pages To apply a master page to a document page, drag the master page icon on top of the document page icon.
36Apply Master Pages to Document Pages Drag master page icon to a spreadDrag master page icon to a page
37Modifying Master Pages and Document Pages Override a master item by pressing and holding [Shift][Ctrl] (Win) or [Shift] [command] key (Mac) while clicking a master item. This unlocks the item for editing.This is referred to as a local change.
38Modifying Master Pages and Document Pages To remove an override, click the Pages panel options button, then click Remove All Local Overrides.
39Modifying Master Pages and Document Pages Detach master items that you no longer want associated with master pages.First override the master item, then click the Pages panel options button, and click Detach Selection From Master.
40Place and Thread Text Text frame filled with text Loaded text icon Click to place text in text frame
41Place and Thread TextTo place text, create a text box, click inside it, then click the Place command on the File menu.Find the text document that you want to place, then click Open.Click the loaded text icon inside the text box or drag to create a new text box.
42Place and Thread TextThreading text is linking text from one text frame to another.Text frames have an in port and an out port.Overset text is indicated by a red plus sign in the out port. Click the overset text icon to thread text to another text box.
44Place and Thread TextText threads show how text is linked from one text box to another.To view text threads, click View on the Menu bar, then click Show Text Threads.
45Place and Thread TextPlace and Thread TextText thread
46Create New Sections and Wrap Text Sections are pages in a document where page numbering changes.To create new sections, click the page icon in the Pages panel where you want a new section to start.Choose the Numbering & Section Options command on the Pages panel menu.
47Create New Sections and Wrap Text The New Section dialog box opens.Choose a number style and determine which page the new style should begin on.
48Create New Sections and Wrap Text New Section dialog boxNew section will begin by listing this number—in the style specified below—as the page number on the document pageStyle
49Create New Sections and Wrap Text Wrapping Text Around a FrameWhen you position a text frame or a graphics frame near another frame that contains text, you can apply a text wrap to the overlapping frame in order to force the underlying text to wrap around it.The Text Wrap panel offers many choices.
50Create New Sections and Wrap Text Wrap aroundobject shapebuttonWrap aroundbounding boxbuttonNo text wrapbutton