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I really want to know. Can someone please tell me how.

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Can I get a folder containing 10 images instead of merging data so that each image automatically fits into 10 non-constant frames of images?

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You can use the ImageCatalog script. Have a look at the script panel and you'll find it.

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I really want to know. Can someone please tell me how.

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Can I get a folder containing 10 images instead of merging data so that each image automatically fits into 10 non-constant frames of images?

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You can use the ImageCatalog script. Have a look at the script panel and you'll find it.

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How about just drag and drop the images into InDesign and place each loaded file at whatever location you desire. You can drag all the 10 images at once into InDeisgn

 

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Thank you.
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It would be more convenient to have a script or plug-in than to combine data.

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If it's a script then how do you propose to identify the frames in which the images are to be placed? I mean what extra would a script add to the process when we say and drop the images?

 

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You can use the ImageCatalog script. Have a look at the script panel and you'll find it.

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