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In my document page I have several images but with different sizes
it is possible to select all frame at once, then add -10mm width and -10 mm height for each image?
as if you were making a crop to image
Do it to one image first .
Select all the other images on the page (except the one already completed)
Object>Transform Again>Transform Sequence Again Individually
You can then do this across multiple pages etc.
The other option is to apply an Object Style
If you apply the size via an Object Style - you can adjust all image frames with the Style applied throughout the document by adjusting the Object Style settings.
maybe I wasn't clear enough
just want to transform ONLY the box frames size,.not the content
"Transform Sequence Again Individually" it can't work beacuse ar different rectangle size
"Object Style" not even ..it scales only content, not frame box
It will only transform the frame size. I've done it a million times.
And same with object style.
for an operation like that you'd need a script.
Look into Marc Autret's Equalizer script:
See field Add for Width and Height.
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