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Adobe InDesign CS

Chapter G Lesson 1

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Use the Pen Tool to create paths.
Straight segments are connected by corner points.
corner points anchor points that create a corner between the two segments.
When you need to reconnect to a path, position the pen tool over the path's end point until a diagonal line appears beside the pen tool.
When the pen tool is positioned over an existing anchor point, it automatically changes to the Delete Anchor Point Tool
Anchor points that connect curved segments are called smooth points
Using the ___________ you can manipulate the direction lines of a smooth point. direct selection tool
This tool breaks a smooth point's direction lines and allows you to move one independently of the other. Convert Direction Point Tool
Created by: kbellamy24