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Thank you for voting for the feature request.
It will be helpful if you can add your responses for the below queries.
1. In the absence of this feature in InDesign – how do you make these adjustments today?
2. Once the image is imported into InDesign, what kind of adjustments do you mostly need?
3. On an average, in a project, how many images need adjustments once they are imported into InDesign?
An error occurred while saving the commentDk commented
LOL I came looking for a way to adjust an image in InDesign and stumbled upon this forum. Well 1. thanks for answering my question in an indirect way. 2. It's a shame this isn't a basic feature of InDesign.
I guess the powers that bee *cough cough Adobe cough* figure if they make this small change then users will ask for more features to be added to InDesign and/or reverse text/content/layout features be added to Photoshop.
However, I agree this and a few other editing options are no-brainers and should be included in InDesign rather than having to pull up a secondary app/program to accomplish simple tasks.