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Chapter 6. Where Text Meets Graphics

Chapter 6. Where Text Meets Graphics

Usually, we think of text and graphics as occupying two different, but parallel, universes. But there’s an area—a Twilight Zone, a Bermuda Triangle of page layout—where the boundary between text and graphics blurs, frays, or becomes thin.

In this strange dimension, text characters can be bound to paths, or become paths, graphics can be embedded in text and behave as if they were text characters, and nothing, nothing is what it seems.


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