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    Roger Williams commented  · 

    I actually joined this board to suggest the grouping/nesting of layers but have just seen this. Sorry PJ but the suggestion that Photoshop functionality can be emulated by grouping layers with cmd-g doesn't actually apply to the whole layer, it only applies to objects which have been grouped and then placed on a layer.

    What I think Sam means, and I certainly do, is for Indesign to have layer nesting ability in the same way that Photoshop does, for instance this example I've indicated here:

    https://imgur.com/jk56Wxw

    I have a point of sale image here, it has a common background and separate layers for Adidas shoes and Nike shoes just to illustrate the point. I would like the ability to drag the Image and Price layers into the Brand named folder, as you can with Photoshop.

    Hope that's clear because this function would certainly help me organise my files better.

    Thanks in advance

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