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Chapter 5. Drawing > Corner Effects

Corner Effects

InDesign can apply a number of distortions to the corners of the paths in your publication. These distortions are known as “Corner Effects,” and are controlled by the settings you enter in the Corner Effects dialog box. The most common use of this feature is to add rounded corners to rectangles and squares.

To apply a corner effect, select a path and then choose Corner Effects from the Object menu. InDesign displays the Corner Effects dialog box. Choose the effect you want from the Effect pop-up menu, then enter a value in the Size field and then press Return to apply your change. InDesign changes the corners of the path based on the corner effect you selected (see Figure 5-36).


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