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Using Adobe InDesign CS5 by Ted LoCascio

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10. Working with Graphic Links

In this chapter you learn how to import images of all kinds into your InDesign documents and how to manage links and embed images using the Links panel.

A page layout wouldn’t be a page layout without including some placed graphics. To add visual interest to a layout, you’ll most likely include a few photographs. You can also create custom-drawn logos and shapes in InDesign, and you can add graphics created in other vector-based drawing applications, such as Adobe Illustrator.

Importing Graphic Objects

You can import graphics into an InDesign document in several ways:

• Use the File, Place command.

• Drag a graphic into the InDesign document from programs such as Bridge, the Mini Bridge panel, Photoshop, Illustrator, ...

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