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Part III: InDesign > Creating and Modifying Paths in InDesign

Chapter 30. Creating and Modifying Paths in InDesign

IN THIS CHAPTER

Working with Objects

Working with Compound Paths

Using the Pathfinder Palette

Creating Outlines

Placing Images and Text in Paths

InDesign makes great use of tools and other options to create vector graphics. Before we get into detail about those options, it's helpful to understand the two types of graphic information you can display on your page. A vector graphic is any object on the page created with lines and curves that does not depend on resolution to display correctly. If you draw a shape or path with the Pen tool, that's an example of a vector graphic. No matter how much you enlarge that shape or path, it will still print or display correctly on your page (see Figure 30.1).


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