2023-01-07 16:13:58 • Filed to:
Features of Indesign
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Using the Line tool or Pen tool in InDesign is very useful. This handy feature helps you draw lines, create arches in titles, or draw a vertical path. If you are experienced in InDesign, drawing vertical paths and adding text is simple. However, if you are just getting to know the application, using InDesign vertical text is not quite as easy. In this article, we’ll help you out with a quick guide on how to use the InDesign vertical justification shortcut.
There are several ways you can vertically align text in InDesign. One of the simplest methods is to place a space character between every character in the text. This might sound tedious, which is why we’ve outlined a more efficient method below:
You have to remember that vertical text alignment and justification is calculated from the baseline position of each line of text in the frame. With that in mind, here are some options in the Vertical Justification section, and a description of what they do.
You now know how to make text vertical in InDesign, but what happens when you export the document to PDF, and you still need to make certain adjustments? On its own, InDesign is one of the most popular applications used for creating graphical images and editing them. But sometimes you need to convert your file to PDF format for easier sharing, and make changes to it before sending.
This is why you need PDF software. You can use PDF software to edit documents, merge documents, convert documents, edit pictures, and even use OCR technology to scan PDF documents and make them fully editable. Wondershare PDFelement - PDF Editor is a great application with many useful editing features. Here is a quick breakdown of the program:
Here is a quick guide on how to comment on and edit InDesign files with PDFelement:
Import the InDesign file into PDFelement, either by dragging and dropping it, or by clicking on "Create a PDF" and locating the InDesign file.
Comments are a common annotation tool, and you can add them by clicking "Comment" > "Note." Once you add the note, you can click the "Select" button, and further edit it by dragging it to a certain area, copying and pasting it, and more.
To edit the PDF file, click on the "Edit" tab. You can change the text, add new text, and more. Choose whether you want a paragraph or single line mode. You can also edit images by clicking "Edit", and adding images. If you double-click on any image, you can rotate, replace, crop, extract, or delete it.