[CC] In this tutorial, we’re taking a look at how import a PDF into InDesign.
While InDesign doesn’t support editable PDFs, you can import imagery from this format using the Place Command. You’re then able to use all the functions available in InDesign to edit and add to your document.
0:19 – Checking existing dimensions
0:45 – Place file options
1:10 – Placing the images
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