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InDesign CS3 Question

InDesign CS3 Question

InDesign CS3 Question

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Hello. I just started using CS3. I have my pallettes docked on the right side and cannot figure out how to get my page window to extend beyond (under) my pallettes. It just stops there. Is there a way to fix this? Any help would be appreciated.

RE: InDesign CS3 Question


...you need to not have them not docked at all to do this i believe, and have them all as floating palettes...

...you can do that by dragging the panels off the dock...

...you can save a custom workspace under the window > workspace menu...

Andrew

RE: InDesign CS3 Question

Or just press tab key (making sure you've first clicked outside any text box). All the palettes disappear. Stretch your window across the screen, press tab key again, and the palettes come back over the window.

RE: InDesign CS3 Question

Well this happens because of the new layout, the point was to give as much room to the page and not have the pallets over lapping.

But you can get past this by :

1: Dragging the panels out of the dock

2: Don't have your window maximised

http://www.doozler.blogspot.com/

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