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Mise en page inclinée

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Jul 11, 2021 Jul 11, 2021

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Bonjour,

Je cherche à faire une mise en page où mon format serait carré, mais incliné à 45°. C'est à dire qu'il y aurait une pointe en haut, deux sur les côtés et une en bas, mais le texte à l'intérieur lui serait horizontal. Suis je obligé de faire un format plus grand carré "classique" et d'y intégrer mon format, où existe-t-il une façon de mettre directement en page ce document tel que je le souhaite ?

Merci d'avance de votre aide.

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Jul 11, 2021 Jul 11, 2021

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Comme ça ? Capture d’écran 2021-07-11 à 17.40.18.jpg

Il faut de toute manière définir le format du document de manière à ce que le carré contenant le texte puisse y être placé en totalité. Il faut aussi placer des marques de coupes (manuellement) afin que l'imprimeur sache qu'il faut couper le document final le long de ces traits de coupe.

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Jul 11, 2021 Jul 11, 2021

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@jmlevy Question for you: on adding the manual cross-section crop marks, would you suggest placing these in InDesign or on the PDF after export using Acrobat? Not sure what the math or settings would look like to do that properly. Apply to Art Box maybe? Thanks!

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@Jain Lemos 

I would do it in InDesign, using the Cropmarks.jsx script, but this has to be done before rotating the text frame to get the cropmarks at each corner, then you need to rotate the cropmarks.

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Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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Makes sense, thanks Jim!

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Jul 12, 2021 Jul 12, 2021

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Hi anaisc47344472,

also possible: Rotate the page to 45° before you add the contents.

Use the Page Tool and the Transform panel for that. Then add a text frame the size of your page, rotate it with the Direct Selection Tool ( the white arrow ). Now insert your text. Export as PDF with all marks you like.

 

From my German InDesign:

 

Page Tool selected the page.

Page rotated using the Transform panel.

RotatedPage-PageTool-TransformPanel-45.PNG

 

Draw text frame the size of the page with insets the size of the page margins:

TextFrame-SizeOfPage-Insets.PNG

 

Switch to the Direct Selection Tool ( the white arrow tool ) :

TextFrame-SizeOfPage-Insets-DirectSelectionTool.PNG

 

Use the Transform panel to rotate the frame's path points to -45° ( or to 45° if you prefer this, just test this ) :

TextFrame-SizeOfPage-Insets-DirectSelectionTool-Rotated-Minus45.PNG

 

Fill the text frame with contents:

TextFrame-SizeOfPage-Insets-DirectSelectionTool-Rotated-Minus45-TextAdded.PNG

 

Align the frame with the rotated page:

RotatedTextFrame-Page-Positioned.PNG

 

Export the page to PDF with all print marks if you like.

PDF opened in Acrobat Pro:

PageExported-AllMarks.PNG

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

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