This simple tutorial for Adobe InDesign is about wrapping text around images – and making it ‘change-safe’. This applies when you place an image in InDesign, wrap text around it, and then modify the image colors. If you use dynamic wrap without paying attention to this useful tip, you may find that InDesign created a new dynamic wrap around your image, using the new image settings. This can turn your layout into a total disaster.
This is also of importance for prepress. When you send your press-ready documents to your printer, and they make color adjustments before printing it, the alpha channels of your image might change, resulting in an altered dynamic wrap path for your copy.
Luckily, we have the possibility of preventing this. And it’s quite easy, as well! All you have to do is change the dynamic wrap into a custom path. “Make it un-dynamic”, so to speak. You can do that easily by following this tip!
You can go to this tutorial here.
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