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Lesson 7. Working with Transparency > Applying transparency settings

Applying transparency settings

The ability to change the opacity of an object in a single control option is just the beginning of the transparency functionality in InDesign 2.0. Not only can you change the opacity of fills and strokes on objects drawn or typed in InDesign and of imported images and text—including photographs—but there's more. You can also use blending modes, feathering, and drop shadows in simple procedures. You can even import objects created with existing transparency properties and compound the effect with InDesign.


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