Indesign 15.0 alignment

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Anyone of you can help me?

Where can I found in Indd 15.0 the vertical alignment of the page? In a book when I close a chapter, I want to align the text in the last page vertical.

In the previous versions it was here (see img below) but now I can't find it.

Many thanks for any reply

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Adobe Community Professional , May 04, 2021 May 04, 2021
If I'm understanding this correctly, you are looking for the vertical alignment options for text frames which are not showing on the control panel. If that's right, you may need to customize the panel. Click the button on the far right end of the panel and choose Customize. Unless it's moved in the new version, you should find a check-box for Vertical Justification under the list for "Object."

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Alternatively use the text frame options: Select the text frame and use keyboard shortcut Cmd + b ( Mac ) or Ctrl + b ( Win ) to invoke the text frame options dialog. Or set the alignment options with a custom object style and apply that object style to the selected text frame. Regards, Uwe Laubender ( ACP )

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If I'm understanding this correctly, you are looking for the vertical alignment options for text frames which are not showing on the control panel.

 

If that's right, you may need to customize the panel. Click the button on the far right end of the panel and choose Customize. Unless it's moved in the new version, you should find a check-box for Vertical Justification under the list for "Object."

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yessss exactly!

Many thanks

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Alternatively use the text frame options:

Select the text frame and use keyboard shortcut Cmd + b ( Mac ) or Ctrl + b ( Win ) to invoke the text frame options dialog. Or set the alignment options with a custom object style and apply that object style to the selected text frame.

 

Regards,
Uwe Laubender

( ACP )

 

 

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Uauuu thanks a lot

have a nice night

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@raffaellav wrote:

In the previous versions it was here (see img below) but now I can't find it.

Raffy


 

 

Hi Raffy,

Look on the far right of your Control panel.

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~ Jane

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Thanks Jane I customize my panel as show me Peter.

Bye

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Hi @raffaellav:

 

I'm sure this is me—and I'm missing something about the question—but aren't the vertical alignment commands visible on the far right of your screen shot?

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~Barb 

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Thanks Barb, I found it!

 

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The screeshot was in the previous version! 🙂

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Barb, this is what neither of us saw in the original post:

 

In the previous versions it was here (see img below)

 

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