2022-09-06 10:19:44 • Filed to:
Features of Indesign
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InDesign is one of the most popular and useful programs to create and design documents. Its wide range of tools make it the ideal software to help you create brochures, posters and more. One important feature is the ability to change text color in InDesign, which we will look at in this article.
If you’ve never used InDesign before, it can be a difficult program to master. If you don't have the time to spend learning all the ins and outs of the program, or if you just want to quickly change text color, you may want to use Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor instead.
PDFelement is a PDF document management tool that can do many of the same things InDesign can do without being overly complex. Some of the features that make it the ideal InDesign replacement include the following:
That said, here's how you can change the text color of InDesign files:
The first thing you need to do is open the InDesign file you want to edit. Once you open the program, you can easily drag and drop the file you want to edit into the main window to open it. Or click "Open Files…" to accomplish the same task.
With the InDesign file open in PDFelement, click on "Edit" in the main menu. This will allow you to select the text you want to edit. If you want to change font color, simply click on the area or text box and drag to select the desired text.
Once the text is selected, you should see a control panel on the left with various tools displayed. Select the text color tool to choose your preferred color and the selected text will change to match the color you've chosen.
Don't forget to save the document to avoid losing the changes you've made. To do that click on "File > Save As" and assign a preferred filename.
InDesign can also be a pretty powerful way to change the text color on your document. The following steps outline how to change the text color on an InDesign file using InDesign:
InDesign provides you with a lot of options to change the color of objects including text in your document. But the many tools and their different functions can also make it a very difficult tool to master. This is why we recommend that you try PDFelement instead. It is a much simpler tool that gives you just as many options as InDesign without the confusion.