Following on from our 5 gems for wrangling Adobe InDesign text, here are what we believe are the BEST shortcuts when you’re w
Being able to quickly wrangle imagery is a designer’s secret weapon.
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1. Grid images
In the same
If you haven’t set up auto-fit to your
3. Default auto-fit
With no documents open, you can set the default auto-fit options for your image boxes for all your new documents.
- Go to the Object menu and select Fitting
- Then select Frame Fitting Options…
- Turn on Auto-Fit and choose your preferred content fitting option – fit content proportionally is a good start!
Extra tip: This will apply to all new documents you create, but you can set the default for existing documents as well.
4. Drop shadow
Option + command + m displays the drop shadow options for your image (and for text too).
5. Locking, hiding & grouping
There are some great quick-fire keyboard shortcuts for locking (command + l), hiding (command + 3) and grouping (command + g) for image and text boxes. These can be un-done using the option + command version of the same shortcut (with the exception of grouping which is shift + command).