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Why are you afraid of whitespace? It's a good thing. Your background distracts from the product and I'm sure that's not your intention. If this is already a flattened page you may want to consider extracting the products and rebuild. You have 3 products that have variants. IMO you don't need to picture every variant when they only differ in color or medium ...
I don't think the issue is really with the titles; I think the main issue is that your layout has a mix of elements that are not matching well together. I think it's too busy with the image in the background and it's unclear what it is. If something doesn't add anything to the layout, don't add it. A good layout is "perfect" when nothing else can be ...
Create a new object style, and sign a paragraph style to it. Then when the text is updated, the paragraph style should remain the same.
You cannot rotate text inside a text frame. But... To rotate the bounds of a text frame without also rotating the text inside, Select the text frame. Switch to the white arrow (the "Direct Selection Tool"). Use "Select All". In the context of the white arrow, this means the points of your text frame's frame. Rotate any way you prefer: using the Rotate ...
As of InDesign CC2015 a new feature was released called Paragraph Shading to address this very topic. For basic usage you can click the Shading button on your Paragraph Formatting area: You can also have some control over this through Paragraph Styles:
A round-about method.. But you can reproduce microprint to a scale not possible by standard consumer printers with a standard consumer laser or gel printer (not inkjet) by using non-wood based paper (e.g. Rag paper). Whatever it is you want to print, print it at the smallest scale your printer is capable of printing. Once your done, take your paper which ...
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