Images

Adobe InDesign

Replacing the Placeholder Images

Due to licensing this template is not allowed to include imagery. As a result we've used placeholder image that are ready for you to place your images into.

  1. Select the Placeholder Frame, on a page you wish to replace
  2. Go to File > Place and select the image of your choice
  3. Click ok
  4. You can refit the frame later by choosing Object > Fitting (fitting command)

Or use the Links palette and relink with your own images, using the chain icon.


Fitting Image to frame

To fully fit the image proportionally into the frame: 

  1. Object > Fitting > Fill Frame Proportionally

Live Screen Mode

  1. Click on the image to select it
  2. Then click and hold your mouse button over the corner of the image for just a moment or two
  3. Now when you start dragging, you'll see a different effect.

That's why its called Live Screen Mode. As long as my mouse button is held down, you can see the whole image, except the cropped out portions are kind of ghosted back. When I let go of the mouse button, you can see the final cropped version. That can be very useful when you’re cropping an image because you can get clear about what should and shouldn’t be in the frame. 

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