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Yes as per your edit, you can customize what the preflight will or will not mark as an error, via prefligh profiles: https://indesignsecrets.com/customizing-a-preflight-profile.php https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/preflighting-files-handoff.html


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There is a way to achieve what you want, but it's a little tricky. Create a document with single pages (disable Facing Pages). Double-click the A-master in the Pages panel. Right-click the A-master in the Pages panel and select Master Options for "A-Master". Set Number of Pages to 2 and click OK. Select the left page of the master with the Page Tool. In the ...


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I believe you may be cropping your image so it splits at the center of the spread. By extending your images by the bleed amount across the center from each side of the spread, you should be able to fix the issue. See the attached facing pages master set up and see how the bleeds work on export in the image below. See how the bottom color bars bleed as ...


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You can do it by using a set of find/replace functions to replace every space character with an en space, and inserting a very narrow space character between each letter, so InDesign will not see the words as actual words, but it will look like words. This will result in lines breaking wherever the text meets the text frame's edge. First, find and replace ...


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Move all your side notes to a separate layer, then lock and hide this other layer when you run the spelling feature. Also, InDesign has a built-in notes feature which you can use instead: https://helpx.adobe.com/indesign/using/adding-editorial-notes-indesign.html


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Because I raged so hard and the documentation is so poor and maybe even I myself will need it in future, I've decided to share knowledge by putting on a simple function to do it so: My slower version: function changeTextColor(textFrame, color) { var i, j; for (i = 0; i < textFrame.paragraphs.length; i++) { p = textFrame.paragraphs[i];...


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Its not a ghost, its an actual object that exists and where you're not looking.. :) That could be some left over text box on the master page, on a locked layer or locked object on your actual page. Check all of these. CTRL+ALT+L to force unlock everything on a page, including master pages.


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What you're trying to do works better for closed, not open, paths. Try this: Hit A Click and drag to select both points at the top where the shapes meet Go to 'Object → Paths → Join' Repeat for the lower ends of the shapes (the points at the bottom of the shapes)


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Two things you can try: Turn off hyphenation in the paragraph style. Select the '(im)possible' broken across two lines, hit CTRL+Enter and type 'No Break', then hit Enter again. What you see below is an automated Grep Style setup, with no manual selection done. Bits of text can be made to stick together whatever you do with the text box.


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I know this is a rather old question but since nobody answered you, I'll take a go. You have actually reached the limit of using the leader feature. If you want to do it properly (yeah!), you need to forget about using this leader thing. Here's my suggestion: First, create a character style with underline format. Use Grep style to apply this character to ...


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Data Merge with an already built document, unless i am missing something, is not likely to work. A pretty basic Javascript loop however could add a specific box on each page, in a specific location, with a style assigned and so on. I am not very familiar with JS and this could take too long for me too code, but you can easily have a JS script to: loop from ...


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You can do all of this with InDesigns Data merge feature without the need of a script. I have actually made something similar. I did a diary that I printed and bound myself that was a week per A4 spread. I merged dates, weeks, national holiday, images to highlight what week in the year I was. I even had it merge annual events for the business highlighting ...


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Looks like a math problem indeed. Not sure why do you need the horizontal so-called 'rows'. The baseline grid looks correct, but the horizontal lines don't make sense. Those have nothing to do with the baseline grid and the way text will flow into your columns. Also, not sure you're aware you're dealing with 2 units of measurement, MM for the layout and PT ...


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No, there is no way to do that in Photoshop.


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Based on your screen shots, it looks like you are headed the right direction. It doesn't help matters that this feature in InDesign has a rather clunky interface for all the power it possesses. I'm wondering if, based on your style names, you might be a little confused on the order of operations to make this feature work. You are off to a great start by ...


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