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Is there an Illustrator-style Blend tool with specified steps in InDesign?

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Mar 19, 2020

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The title says it all: I'm looking to select two objects in ID and create a specified number of duplicates between them, like you would with the AI blend tool. Does such a tool exist?

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YOu can do a step and repeat but it doesn't work like the blend tool - 

  1. Select the object or objects you want to duplicate.
  2. Choose Edit > Step and Repeat.
  3. For Repeat Count, specify how many duplicates you want to make, not counting the original.

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Is there an Illustrator-style Blend tool with specified steps in InDesign?

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The title says it all: I'm looking to select two objects in ID and create a specified number of duplicates between them, like you would with the AI blend tool. Does such a tool exist?

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Correct answer by Eugene_Tyson | Adobe Community Professional

YOu can do a step and repeat but it doesn't work like the blend tool - 

  1. Select the object or objects you want to duplicate.
  2. Choose Edit > Step and Repeat.
  3. For Repeat Count, specify how many duplicates you want to make, not counting the original.

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YOu can do a step and repeat but it doesn't work like the blend tool - 

  1. Select the object or objects you want to duplicate.
  2. Choose Edit > Step and Repeat.
  3. For Repeat Count, specify how many duplicates you want to make, not counting the original.

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