4 Replies Latest reply on Aug 20, 2012 11:48 AM by Peter Spier

    Image help


      I am trying to make the first page of my project I am working on in InDesign have the same design as the one in Word. Can anybody help me with this? I am trying to make the yellow lines on the edge and botton you see in the picture below onto my InDesign. How do I go about doing this?


      Screen Shot 2012-08-20 at 9.33.39 AM.png

      Here is how it looks right now. Thanks for the help!


      Screen Shot 2012-08-20 at 9.37.31 AM.png

        • 1. Re: Image help
          MikeGondek Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          What you need to create is a ounded rectangle, and a (thick/thin) stroke.


          1. Apply the corner radius (eg: .125:" in my example), and the shapeo of the radius undernneath.
          2. In the stroke palette change the type to thick/thin.


          Screen shot 2012-08-20 at 11.41.57 AM.png


          The 2nd item you would make a rounded rectalgle, then put you text frame on top filled with white to knock out the center.

          • 2. Re: Image help
            Luelf21 Level 1

            Awesome this helped a lot! So...I ran into another problem though...The words Power Plant Chemistry will not align on another page I am working on, could you help me with that?


            Thank you sooooo much!

            • 3. Re: Image help
              Bo LeBeau Level 4

              Do you mean you are selecting the text box "Power Plant Chemistry" then copying and then pasting onto the next page?

              If so, use edit menu "Paste in Place rather than Paste. Cmd-option-shift-V


              Note you have to turn OFF facing pages for this to work.

              • 4. Re: Image help
                Peter Spier Most Valuable Participant (Moderator)

                Rather than turn off facing pages, you can still paste in place, and then simply add, or in this case subtract, the page width from the value in the x-coordinate field in the Control panel while the frame is still selected. Just type + or - anfer the current value, as appropriate, and then the page width including the units, and press Enter and ID will do the math.