For the document I am creating I have a custom footbote border. Its essentially a fancy line. I want to use this image as the border to seperate my page from my footnotes. Unfortunately indesign puts the small line to show the small break between the page and the footnotes and I cannot figure out how to change it to the custom line I have drawn. Any insights on conquering this issue would be appreceiated.
In the Document Footnote Otions dialog open the Layout tab. The bottom half of that screen is devoted to the options for the rule between the body and notes.
On the right side is a dropdown where you can choose any standard line style or any saved custom stroke style you create. If yuo stroke is not a custom or standard stroke style, my guess would be you'd have to set no stroke here, then add your line as an anchored object.
How do I go about greatinf the custom stroke style in photoshop and import it into indesign? I was able to create a brush preset and save it as a .abr file but I have no idea how or if i can import it as a stroke.
The design I am wanting to use as my footnote border is something I drew by hand then scanned into photoshop.
What would be the best way to add an anchored object? Also would this anchored object be something that would move as I add more footnotes or is it something I would have to manually move as I add more footnote text?
I wanted to report back in and day that setting it as an anchored object worked great. Now is this something I can have automatically on each page or will I have to set the picture and anchor it for each individual page?