Eric Damitz

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  • Create a Main Story Frame

    Main Story Frames are used for inserting main body content, such as the chapters in a book. It is the most commonly used frame type in a Typefi-ready template. A Main Story Frame must be placed on ...

  • What are Typefi Frames?

    Typefi Frames are InDesign frames with additional attributes that allow them to receive content dynamically during the automated page composition process. They are used for text, graphics, audio, a...

  • Types of Typefi Sections

    When creating or editing a Typefi Section, you can specify what type of Section it is. There are four types to choose from, each with a specific purpose: Main Story: Use this type for inserting ma...

  • Create or edit an Element Image Frame

    Element Image Frames are placeholder graphic frames used within Typefi Elements and provide several options to control the fitting and placement of images. They are commonly used for inserting figu...

  • Create an Element Content Frame

    Element Content frames are placeholder text frames used within Typefi Elements. They are commonly used for inserting element-level content, such as figure captions, pull-quotes, and sidebar notes. ...

  • Typefi Designer Preferences: Borders

    Borders make it easy to tell the difference between Typefi Frames and Adobe InDesign frames. You can specify the color, width, and opacity for Typefi Frame borders in the Typefi Borders dialog with...

  • Specify the page numbering mode

    The page numbering mode defines when the automated page numbering is reset to '1' (or '01', 'A', or 'i', depending on the page numbering style set for that Typefi Section). To specify the page numb...

  • Specify the page numbering style

    The Page Numbering area of the Typefi Section Options dialog defines how the pages within a Typefi Section are numbered. The page numbers will appear wherever the Current Page Number marker has bee...

  • Create a new Typefi Section

    To create a new Typefi Section: Open the Typefi Sections panel by choosing Window → Typefi → Sections. Click the Create new section icon at the bottom of the panel, or choose New Typefi Section fr...

  • Edit an existing Typefi Section

    To edit an existing Typefi Section, open the Typefi Sections panel (Window → Typefi → Sections). Then, use the panel menu to choose Section Options, or double-click the Typefi Section name.