2022-09-06 10:19:44 • Filed to:
Features of Indesign
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InDesign is a versatile tool that can be used to create and edit documents. Most people use it to create and format documents for printing. One task you can easily perform in InDesign is the change the background color of your document. Having a different background color for different documents may become necessary when the documents need to be distinguished for different purposes. Therefore, being able to change the background color in InDesign has become a very useful skill.
You may have a document that was created using InDesign, but has now been converted to PDF. If you need to change the background color of the PDF, it can be challenging without the use of InDesign, or if you have it but don't know how it actually works. The good news is there is another tool that can do what InDesign can do at a fraction of the cost and without the complexities often associated with InDesign. This tool is Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor and it makes the editing and creation of PDF document so easy, you might as well be using a Word Processor.
Below, we'll share just how easy it is to use PDFelement to change the background color of converted InDesign files, but first, let's first look at some of the features that make it the ideal editing tool:
With all these features, it makes sense that PDFelement would not only be easy to use but also highly effective. Here's how it can help you change converted InDesign background color:
To open the files you want to edit, either drag the file onto the main window or click on "Open File" to browse for the files.
Once the document is open, you can choose to add a new background. To do that click on "Edit" > "Background" > "New Background" and then choose a solid color background or an image background.
To change the background of the document, once again click on "Edit > Backgrounds" and when the dialogue box opens, select a different solid color for the new background or add a new image.
Even though InDesign can be complex, it still remains one of the best tools to create certain documents. One of the reasons it is still useful is that you can use it to both create and edit all aspects of a document including adding and editing the background color or image of any document. Here's a step by step guide to show you how to use the background feature in InDesign:
As you can see the steps involved with InDesign can be complicated. PDFelement provides an easier, less time-consuming solution for adding and changing background colors on any document.