Hi all, I'm working on a user manual and there is a photo in the manual that needs to be swapped/replaced with the correct photo. However, for now, I want to leave the wrong photo in and get to it later--but how do I marked it as WRONG? In other words, is it possibnle to put a red X over it or a way to "cross out" the photo so we know it's wrong and will be replaced later? OK, I can try to add a rectangle frame as a placeholder, is there a way to 'note it' so I remember what I need to do with that rectangle? How do you guys handle placeholders?
Any tips or methods would be appreciated. Thanks!
is there a way to 'note it' so I remember what I need to do with that rectangle?
Couple of options off the bat:
Bob Levine wrote:
Why not just but a big X over it by drawing a text frame and typing an X?
I’m not really sure what the problem…or question…is.
Let's try to find as much ways to do it -- one of them might answer the question!
2. Two separate crossing lines.
3. A text frame with a one-cell table, with in that cell the option Diagonal lines set to Crossing lines.
I would put a big bold angled FPO over it and make it an overset text box, you could include a note to self in the overset type, which will give you one final warning when you export to PDF. In the unlikely event it should make it to proofing, every experienced press tech knows FPO could not possibly be interpreted as an artsy design element and it will be returned to you for revision.
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