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Chapter 26. Working with Objects in InDesign > Working with Object Effects

Working with Object Effects

One of the big appeals to InDesign is the ability it gives you to apply object effects to page elements that you previously would have had to create in Photoshop or Illustrator. One reason for this is InDesign's transparency features.

Transparency Overview

You can set the transparency of an object using the Transparency palette (choose Window, Transparency to display the palette). Transparency can be applied to any page element, and it enables you to create great layered effects with color photos, type, and other objects with color applied (see Figure 26.17).


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