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Removing the blue lines

Jan 14, 2008 12:42 PM

How to remove or to say clear or hide those blues lines and view the page without them,that displays actual(final) page on the screen.
 
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    Jan 14, 2008 1:07 PM   in reply to (karthikeyan_M)
    Depends which "blue lines" you mean.

    By default, ruler guides are light blue, and can be hidden from the view menu or using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + semicolon .

    Also by default, bounding box edges on layer 1 are blue. Hide those using Ctrl + H.

    You can hide anything non-printing buy going into preview mode. Hit W if there is no active text cursor, or use the view menu or the button at the bottom of the toolbox. Preview mode has three states: Page only, bleed area, or bleed plus slug area.

    You can clear an individual guide by selecting it and hitting backspace or delete, or shift clicking or marqueeing a group of guides if you want to do several. Clear all guides, and this is going to seem strange, using Layout > Create guides ... and leaving the horizontal and vertical number fields at zero, then check the clear existing guides box.

    Peter
     
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    Apr 14, 2008 5:58 PM   in reply to (karthikeyan_M)
    Hello,

    InDesign has blue lines overlayed some menu item's.

    I have started a new job which has these lines,
    my version at home has no lines (I would like to remove them)

    I will attach a link to show what I mean...
    http://img89.imageshack.us/img89/9717/picture1wr3.png
     
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    Apr 14, 2008 6:42 PM   in reply to (matt_g._davey)
    You'll probably do better in the Mac forum, but my guess is this is
    something coming from the OS, not from Indesign.

    --
    Kenneth Benson
    Pegasus Type, Inc.
    www.pegtype.com
     
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    Apr 14, 2008 6:51 PM   in reply to (karthikeyan_M)
    Ok, cheers.
     
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    Apr 15, 2008 2:42 AM   in reply to (karthikeyan_M)
    It looks like you selected a workspace which shows the various features of InDesign. Change back to the default workspace.

    Harbs
     
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    Apr 15, 2008 4:11 AM   in reply to (Kenneth_Benson)
    It's a CS3 feature that allow you to customize the menus. It can be
    changed through workspaces or through the edit>menus command.

    Bob
     
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