InDesign is known as one of the hardest software of the Adobe Suite. But it is also one that comes up in many graphic and artwork related jobs. It has a lot of tools and features that you can use alone on their own or use up in different ways as well. Using guides and rulers are of utmost importance when creating something so that you know whether you are staying in line or not.
What is it used for and who are the users?
InDesign is known as the best of the Adobe Suite for posters, magazines, books, newspapers, brochures, pamphlets, flyers and other advertising materials. Production artists and graphic artists are the main users of this software. So if you are pursuing a job in these fields or in exhibition design in Singapore, then this software would look great in your resume.
General rules for using guides and rulers
One of the more important things when working off InDesign and other software in Adobe Creative Suite is the use of rulers and guides to keep your work of art in exhibition design aligned perfectly and with symmetry. If you initially do not see the rulers in your document, then you can add it by going to View-> Show Rulers (Shortcut is Ctrl/ Command +R). You can hide the rulers using the same command. To change the type of increment to be used just right click on the ruler (or go to Edit-> Preferences-> Units & Increments). The keyboard increment that comes up refers to the distance or size the object will change every time you use the keyboard.
How to make a guide or a ruler
To make guides you just simply have to click on the ruler on the side of your preference (for horizontal guide you would go to the horizontal ruler and vice versa) and then drag the mouse to the place you want the guide situated at. When you want the guide set on more than one page, press Ctrl or Command when you are setting the guide and it will show up in all the pages. But beware, unlike in Photoshop and Illustrator, the guide will only set for the layer you are working on. If you want the guide in all of the layers then you have to set it in the master page.
When you want to set the guides for a specific point (and have guides for both horizontal and vertical directions), then press the Ctrl or Command button on keyboard and click the place that rulers intersect (on top left corner of the ruler) and then drag until you reach the point of desire. Click this link http://dw.com.sg/ for more information about Singapore web design agency.