InDesign: How to Set a Default Object Style for Placed Images (Video Tutorial)



In this InDesign how-to video, David Blatner shows how to set an object style that will automatically apply to images as they’re placed. While you can set a default object style in any document, InDesign ignores this when it comes to placing images. David explains how you can create a specific style that will easily fix this issue.

This video is an excerpt from David’s “Favorite Tips” session with Anne-Marie Concepción at CreativePro Week 2022 in Washington, D.C.

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