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You can easily add the same anchored object multiple places using Find/Change. Make sure the avatar image has an Object Style so you can later change its settings. Copy the object containing the avatar image to clipboard. Enter Find/Change and switch to the GREP tab. In Find what, enter ^ (Beginning of Paragraph). In Change to, enter ~c (Clipboard ...


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Paper is a pretty common tool among graphic designers, as are pencils, erasers, pens, markers and a notebook. Some people are known for using rulers, maybe a compass or a french curve. Exacto knife, brushes, scissors, paint or watercolor seem to be optional. For package design a bit of different stock of cardboard could be useful. For print design a color ...


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To create a "booklet" with a final size of 5.5"x8.5" (Letter half) you want the InDesign pages to be 13.97cm x 21.59cm (5.5"x8.5"). When 2 pages are next to each other they will create 1, letter-sized, horizontal, spread. Upon output you can choose to output single pages (5.5x8.5") or Page Spreads (11x8.5"). Most ...


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There are ways of achieving something similar to what you want. But those would be pretty complex to do in Indesign. Object styles allows you to set up styles defining height/width/position of objects. Maybe also using the liquid layout panel. (unless you do something complex like data merge you probably should avoid doing this) But really, the common way ...


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Lines of text in InDesign will always be ordered like they are written. With the first line at the bottom and the following lines on top. The only way to work around this using paragraph styles I know is a bit hacky: Write the first line last and move it up using Baseline Shift. This obviously only works if you always have the same number of lines before ...


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