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emma burge
Cropping a graphic on InDesign..?
on Nov 26, 2009 at 12:37:43 pm

Hi guys!

I've been keeping all my posts to the web section recently But I've almost finished with these print stationery bits:

http://www.ameliealden.com/stf/indesign.zip
http://www.ameliealden.com/stf/blk.jpg
http://www.ameliealden.com/stf/wht.jpg

Theres one thing left to do, which is to cut a part off the black faded compass in blk.jpg (link above), at the red line, to make it cut off at the same point as wht.jpg (link above) at the edge of the orange gradient block.

To be honest i cant remember how i did it wit the white version, but I am working with inDesign.

The gradient and faded compass are objects on an InDeesign file, the compass done in Illustrator, and the orange gradient blocks on inDesign.

Anyone know? :S


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Miroslav Hora
Re: Cropping a graphic on InDesign..?
on Dec 4, 2009 at 7:18:01 pm

If i caught You well:
Actually You haven't done it on the white example either.(it is just white on white, so you cannot see the rest of nautic star of compass).

To crop a graphic in ID just press V key on Your keyboard(or choose a black arrow in tools panel) than drag one of the corners like You do when You want to scale it.

Pretty siple innit? ;)

Next time utfg ;) or ID help.

http://miroslavhora.eu
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