While graphic design is not InDesign's intended use, the program does have some nice features that allow you to create simple graphics. Using grouping and stacking, for example, it's easy to create simple thought bubbles. It is also important not to underestimate the power of InDesign's Shape tools. This section will cover the graphical capabilities of InDesign, as well as how you can integrate your own premade graphics into your document.
- Learn how to group and stack objects in the correct order.
- Learn how to import graphics from other files into your current document.
- Learn how to rotate and skew objects.