Ellipse tool not found in InDesign.

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Indesign 16x64. Nella casella strumenti non trovo lo strumento ellisse. perché?

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Nov 28, 2020 Nov 28, 2020

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Hi there,

 

Thanks for reaching out. In addition to earlier response given, I'd recommend checking out this help article(https://helpx.adobe.com/in/indesign/user-guide.html/in/indesign/using/toolbox.ug.html) to know about the tools available in InDesign.
If you do not find the tool, try resetting the preferences of the app. Hope it helps.

 

Regards,

Ashutosh

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The ellipse should be bundled with the Rectangle Tool. You can also try typing the letter "L" (make sure that no text is selected while doing this). If the ellipse tool does not appear then you might try trashing your InDesign cache files. This is not the same as trashing prefeerences but can often fix problems occuring within the program's interface.

To trash cache files:

For Macintosh Users: The User Library folder in which InDesign’s cache files are stored is hidden by default on most Macintoshes. To access it make sure that InDesign is closed and click on the desktop to launch a Finder Window (Command-N). With this window in column view follow the path User>Home folder (it’s the folder with an icon that looks like a house—it may have the user’s name rather than “Home”) and click on the Home folder. With the Option Key pressed choose Library from the Finder Go Menu. “Library” will now appear within the Home folder. Within the Library folder find the “Caches” folder. Within the Caches folder find and delete the entire folder “Adobe InDesign”. I find that deleting the InDesign cache folder completely leads to a lasting change.

For Windows Users: On Windows 7 and above the caches files are hidden. To find them go to the Control Panel and open Folder Options and then click the View tab. Then select “Show hidden files and folders” or “Show hidden files, folders or drive options” in Advanced Settings. Then delete (or rename) the folder at the end of this path: C:\Users\[User Name]\AppData\Local\Adobe\InDesign\Version [#]\<Language>\Cache.

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