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You are not pasting into a text frame, you are pasting into a text flow. The only way to tell inDesign where in this flow you want the image(s) is to place the cursor and paste. If you want all the objects in a single place, group them before copying. If you are trying to incorporate runaround, then don't do it this way, place images beside the text and ...


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Definitely PDF!!! Can't stress this enough as I've been struggling with a similar issue over the past week. CVS, Walgreens etc. only accept JPEG files for printing. I am trying to print a large poster with text that I created in Illustrator. Each time I export as JPEG it looks totally clear on the screen, but when printed it comes out super pixelated and ...


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Absolute easiest? Move in the edges of your picture box to cover the crops. If the PDF is a multi page PDF, check the options box in your window and it will let you select which page you want to place.


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I did a quick google search and I found this, InDesignSecrets Guide to Special Characters. Go where is says OTHER SPECIALS and it has what you ask. d# = End of text in this story. I hope it was helpful. Love and peace!


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You can only move whole text boxes to a different layer. A little labour intensive but perhaps you could do either of these: Use a character style to make all of the words you don't want to be translated red / bold / something obviously different. Post translation, just remove the character style. You could also be more extreme and change the font of the ...


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I would crop the PDF to remove the printers marks. In Adobe Acrobat Pro: Open the PDF and select Document > Crop Pages and select Trim Box You could then place the PDF in line with your document edges as if it were a standard asset.



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