#70. Duplicating Objects
Sometimes in life, you have to do the same job more than once. Mowing your lawn and washing your clothes, for example. Fortunately, as an InDesign user, you never have to create the same object twice.
InDesign provides several options for making copies of objects. The one you choose depends on the number of copies you need and where you want to place them.
Figure 70b. The Step and Repeat command (Edit menu) lets you create multiple duplicates in a single operation. In this example, the settings in the Step and Repeat dialog box produced the final result at the right from a single frame.