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Chapter 69. Inline Objects

What QuarkXPress calls anchored boxes, InDesign names inline objects. As we describe in Chapter 13, InDesign actually takes the concept further by allowing any frame to be embedded in another other frame—and they can be nested as deeply as you like. This chapter is where we talk about how you can anchor objects in text, so they flow when the text changes.

The current versions of both QuarkXPress and InDesign allow you to include text frames, graphics frames, frames without content, paths, text paths, and groups as inline objects. If you want to anchor multiple objects, you need to group them first. Neither application allows you to link text in an inline object to another text frame.


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