- 1. Create a 3D box in Illustrator using an effect.
- 2. Copy and paste into Photoshop.
- 3. Use the Vanishing Point tool to create a grid.
- 4. Copy and paste some Photoshop artwork onto the grid.
- 5. Save the Photoshop document and import it into InDesign.
- 6. Use Edit Original in InDesign to jump back to Photoshop.
- 7. Change the color of the artwork.
- 8. Save the changes.
6. Use Edit Original in InDesign to jump back to Photoshop.
To look at the Links panel, select Window > Links. Your placed artwork will now show up in this panel. If you changed the object's layer visibility in step 5, a red eye icon shows next to the link (you can see it in Figure 5).
At the base of the Layers panel is a small Pencil icon (Figure 6). This is the Edit Original button; when clicked, it will launch the selected file back into Photoshop for editing. You can also hold down your Option or Alt key and double-click any images, and that will launch those files back into the original editing tool.
Figure 6 Use the Edit Original function in InDesign to jump back to Photoshop and edit your artwork.