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Learn how to use Adobe Capture extension when working with InDesign.
With Adobe Capture extension within InDesign, you can capture any inspiring image of your liking and generate creative elements such as color themes, shapes, and type. You can save all your freshly created color themes, shapes, or type in the Creative Cloud library and access them anytime in the future for your projects.
Whether you are globe-trotting and clicking pictures on your camera, or at work in the studio, you can gather inspiration from the world around you and save it in your local drive as images. Later, import or place the saved image on an InDesign page.
Follow the steps below to capture the color themes, shapes, or type, and save them to the Creative Cloud library.
1. Open the Capture panel using any of the following:
Generate a color palette using the colors in the image.
1. Customize the palette using one of the following:
2. Click Save to CC libraries to save the theme.
Convert the selected image to a vector graphic in black and white.
1. In the right pane, under SHAPE, do the following:
2. Click Save to CC libraries to save the shapes.
Identify the closest font match from Adobe Fonts for the selected text in your image. When you select a font, it is auto-activated from Adobe Font for use.
All the old design elements and the freshly created ones are saved and readily available in the Creative Cloud library. A new user can directly access the existing designs for a quick job or go creating new designs as we've done in the steps above.
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