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But, when you try to paste the file it simply shows a blank screen. Then again, there’s a fairly big chance that InDesign is no longer working. Please check with the manufacturer’s website or the Official Adobe Support site if you are still having problems to see if a solution can be found.
When using the Add File dialog, InDesign behaves like most applications in Windows. InDesign automatically selects the highest resolution version of an image file, and you can browse to another version without the high-resolution version by selecting the Other option. You can also decide whether to open the image file in a separate window.
The Options dialog displays the default settings for the Add File dialog when you first launch InDesign and asks whether you want to use the original or a different version of the image. If you choose to use a different version, you can browse and select the image file. If you want to use the original version of the image, you can choose Copy or Delete from the first drop-down list.
In the Add InDesign Files dialog, you can browse to different versions of the placeholder. If you choose to use a different version of the placeholder, it appears in the Placeholder List and is replaced by the placeholder you want to use. By default, any new versions of the placeholder in the Placeholder List are added at the same time as the placeholder is opened; you can see the Number of versions to keep setting at the bottom of the dialog.
If you select all the images you want to add and then click the Add Selected Files button, you can use the Add InDesign Files dialog to select a default location for the placeholder.
When you place a graphics file, and the graphics file is a multipage document, the first page that contains the graphic becomes active. The document will open, and the image will be displayed in the appropriate place in the InDesign document.
Placing a graphic on a page inside InDesign prompts you for an appropriate location on the page and the size of the graphic. You can make the graphic larger or smaller by changing the Size menu and also by clicking the page icon at the top of the page to open the page ruler. You can use the Selection Tool to select and resize the graphic.
When you use the Place command to import a graphic into InDesign, the result is a single image file embedded in the InDesign document. No raster images or other linked images or graphics are copied or linked to the InDesign document.
To add a linked image in InDesign, open the image and save it as a file or make a printable PDF version. Select the print or file operation, choose Save Linked Image, and then open the PDF document. You can also use the File > Links command.
Adobe recommends placing images using the Place command. Layers can be set up using the New Layer command or the Layer>> Layers>> New Layer command. Many times you will use Place to place a large number of images in a document.