You have an empty master frame, and a pasted logo that is not in the frame or connected to it in any way.
Thanks for your reply, now slightly more confused, when I created the frame, I then selected paste into, then from the Master page I can select the logo and select fitting and align to center this works in the master page. Then on the page I can then right click and do the same and center, I was hoping that this could be automatic. As far as I am aware the frame does contain the logo path? I am very new to this.
You call "Center Content in Frame" once. That does not mean that the content will stay centered whenever you change the frame.
To get that you have to apply frame fitting options.
Under frame fitting options I can't see align to center only fit content to frame. etc.
Played with some of the other options there but nothing.
Sorry, missed the last moment shift from Paste in Place to Paste Into (and I watched twice, go figure).
If I want to center a logo on a page or somewhere else I go a different path.
- Draw a text frame
- Place the logo (I use PDF/X-4 or AI files) on the page
- I drag the widget for anchored frames into the text frame.
- I apply an object style to the logo.
- In the object style I set up the anchored frame settings which allows me globally readjust the position of the logo via changing the object style (or applying a different object style).
Exactly the behaviour that I wanted, how do I save the option style to use in another document?
- You can save such an object with a style in any library and bring it in in any other document.
- You can save styles in CC Libraries.
- You can import styles in the style's panel menu in any document.
- You can save it in a template.
- You can import any style in InDesign when no document is open, so any new document will get this style.