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In this Adobe InDesign CS3 tutorial, learn how the toolbox in can be expanded or collapsed, moved, displayed or hidden and ...
used to show the hidden tools.
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The toolbox is over on the left hand side of your InDesign workspace. So, there’s several options that you can do to make the toolbox function just the way that you like. You could go ahead and it is collapsed right now, if you click on this button right here, it will expand it. In that way, it’s going to show you all the options. My one does a little bit smaller, so it goes ahead and it shows me the toolbox in two columns like this. You can go ahead and collapse it back if I want. I can also click on the title bar up here, move it and I can go ahead and I can move the toolbox wherever I’d like to have it and then of course I can move it back.
Now, if you don’t see your toolbox, go ahead and go to window, and then go to tools and make sure that you have a checkmark, and that’s also the way that you can make it not displayed. And, to view the hidden tools in your toolbox, you’re going to see that some tools have this tiny black arrow in the corner. That means you need to click and hold and it’s going to go ahead, and it’s going to display the tool options for you. Let’s see here, like this and then you’ll see the tool options over to the left or over to the right if your windows maximized.
Also, you can put your cursor over it and you can select it like that, and you can see that there are some shortcut keys that you can often use and that’s another way that you can access the tools in your toolbox. So that’s how a couple things you can do to use the toolbox and Adobe InDesign.